Soweto

 
Private schools come to Soweto
Private schools come to Soweto
Six-year-old Vhuhone Bele rose at four in the morning to get ready for school and was out of the house 40 minutes later. On good days he was home...
Midweek bliss at Loftus
Midweek bliss at Loftus
FROM THE STANDS, Loftus Stadium — Soweto would be loath to admit it but Loftus has dethroned it as the place to be for...
South African treasures that should be on your radar
South African treasures that should be on your radar
From the climate to food, drinks, art and unique stays, South Africa has a far-ranging offering of treasures that reflect our cultures and...
Mi casa es su casa with festival
Mi casa es su casa with festival
‘Maaaaakhiiii!" The women would sing this on their side of the stop-nonsense to get the attention of their makhelwane.
Bridging the financial divide
Bridging the financial divide
The financial services sector stands at the heart of the South African economy. It is the cord that binds consumer, corporate and company. Yet the...
Soweto residents tell the Legislature their problems
Soweto residents tell the Legislature their problems
The Gauteng provincial legislature’s standing committee on petitions held a public hearing in Pimville, Soweto, last week. It was an opportunity...
Dozens arrested and goods recovered in aftermath of Soweto violence
Dozens arrested and goods recovered in aftermath of Soweto violence
Seventy-five suspects have been arrested across Gauteng so far following the breaking and looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto last week,...
Editorial: It’s inequality that breeds violence
Editorial: It’s inequality that breeds violence
For the past two weeks, first slowly and then in a deluge, there have been social media messages warning about a proliferation of “fake food”....
At least two dead in Soweto clashes with foreign nationals
At least two dead in Soweto clashes with foreign nationals
The shooting of a teenage boy allegedly by a foreign store owner has sparked violence in Soweto as tensions between locals and foreign nationals in...
Retrospective view
Retrospective view
Selina Hlabedi is a formidable and well-known name in the Gauteng agriculture sector. Her story of growth is one of many in the region, and mirrors...
Lessons from Doornkop: Ways of coping with poverty
Lessons from Doornkop: Ways of coping with poverty
Community and government efforts to improve lives in Doornkop, or “Snake Park”, Soweto, is the theme of a new book launched by the residents...
International buyers find hidden gems in Durban
International buyers find hidden gems in Durban
Durban was buzzing with energy this week as it hosted the biggest travel and tourism trade fair, the Africa Travel Indaba, under the theme...

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