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Local film director Sara Blecher's latest work comes home to Durban audiences next week.

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Soweto’s Maponya Mall a ‘radical reconstruction’

As you enter the gates of Soweto's biggest shopping mall, you are welcomed by a majestic statue of an elephant. The elephant is seen to represent Richard Maponya as being part of the "big five" of business and retail in Soweto, but the actual symbolism of the stature has nothing to do with the man's businesses.

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