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Let’s all read together

The campaign to get South Africans reading kicked off last month with, among other materials, a colourful poster featuring school children, a lawyer,...

Deaf in a hearing world

Despite being deaf, four young girls have settled in well at a Johannesburg former Model C school. Roshila Pillay reportsBibi Tilly, Nyeleti Nkwinika, Mpho...

Unisa crumbles in Orr case

Unisa staged a thorough retreat on Thursday when it accepted a settlement offer from former employee Margaret Orr that it had turned down the day before. Orr’s victory in this week’s Labour Court case followed one two years ago when she took the university’s then-chairperson of council, McCaps Motimele, to court over alleged sexual harassment.

North West suspends pensions for disabled

These pensioners will have to reapply for their grants, a process that could take months.

SA won?t meddle with Bosch verdict

THE South African government will not intervene to save South African Mariette Bosch, who allegedly shot her best friend to marry her husband, from...

Passengers who flew into a rage

A 27-year-old Kenyan student almost crashed a jumbo jet when he invaded the cockpit because he felt threatened by other passengers.

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