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Tanzania’s schools go backwards

Human rights activists in Tanzania claim the country's education system is in crisis, with literacy rates plummeting at primary and secondary levels.

Merry black and white shopping

Maponya Mall's Christmas theme is strictly Western, but its Santas are multicultural.

HRW report puts gender task team under scrutiny

The efficacy of a task team set up to address the issue of violence against lesbians and transgender men in South Africa has been questioned.

Police arrested for Lonmin staff attacks

Police have finally made a breakthrough in the three-year saga of intimidation and attacks on Lonmin Western Platinum refinery employees in Brakpan.

Resourcing quality education

The judges praised the role Equal Education plays in advocating systemic change and for showing how it could be achieved in practical, proactive ways.

Helping others helps staff too

The judges commended the reach and ongoing commitment of Old Mutual's employee-giving projects.

Burn after wearing — township kids’ hottest fashion statement

It is a cool night in the heart of Soweto and crowds of trendy young people are heading in one direction only: Pimville Zone 6.

New light on ancient beauty rituals

A 'toolkit' unearthed in the Blombos cave in the Western Cape has proved to be 100 000 years old.

Neonatal deaths haunt SA

'Nurses are not just part of the problem, they are vital to any solution.'

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The backlogs, denials and future of testing Covid-19

The National Health Laboratory Services finally admitted to a bottleneck last week, after denying there were any issues since April. According to the service, the backlog of 80 000 tests started in the first week of May

High court strikes down ‘paternalistic’ lockdown regulations

The order of unconstitutionality has been suspended for two weeks

Early-morning exercise: Jo’burg’s three golden hours

Under level four of the Covid-19 lockdown, the hours from 6am to 9am became the time when inner-city residents could use local parks to escape the nightmare around them

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Empowering his people to unleash their potential

'Being registered as an AGA(SA) means you are capable of engineering an idea and turning it into money,' says Raymond Mayekisa

What is an AGA(SA) and AT(SA) and why do they matter?

If your company has these qualified professionals it will help improve efficiencies and accelerate progress by assisting your organisation to perform better

Mining company uses rich seam of technology to gear up for Covid-19

Itec Direct technology provides instant temperature screening of staff returniing to the workplace with no human contact

Covid-19 and Back to School Webinar

If our educators can take care of themselves, they can take care of the children they teach

5G technology is the future

Besides a healthcare problem Covid-19 is also a data issue and 5G technology, with its lightning speed, can help to curb its spread

JTI off to court for tobacco ban: Government not listening to industry or consumers

The tobacco ban places 109 000 jobs and 179 000 wholesalers and retailers at risk — including the livelihood of emerging farmers

Holistic Financial Planning for Professionals Webinar

Our lives are constantly in flux, so it makes sense that your financial planning must be reviewed frequently — preferably on an annual basis

Undeterred by Covid-19 pandemic, China and Africa hold hands, building a community of a shared future for mankind

It is clear that building a community with a shared future for all mankind has become a more pressing task than ever before

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