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Hammanskraal crisis: Slow tender stops clean water flowing

Little has changed in Hammanskraal since the Mail & Guardian last visited the area in August, when residents said the tap water had made them sick.

More battles ahead for domestic worker unions

Florence Sosiba, speaks to the Mail & Guardian about how important domestic workers are and exclusion in the COIDA

Finding Your Niche with K.O

Rapper K.O speaks about his creative process, his intentions with Skhanda and South African hip hop losing its identity.

“Life has been good to me, considering where I come from” – Xolani Gwala

Just over a year ago, veteran radio presenter Xolani Gwala’s cancer was in remission. He spoke to the Mail & Guardian once he was back on air.

Kanya Cekeshe’s lawyer appeals decision not to grant him bail to the high court

Kanya Cekeshe’s legal team filed an urgent appeal at the Johannesburg high court on Tuesday against Monday’s judgment by magistrate Theunis Carstens.

Fees Must Fall activist Kanya Cekeshe has been denied bail

Leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command Mandla Shikwambana and Kanya Cekeshe's uncle Mnikelo Madala react to Cekeshe's bail denial.

Leader’s principal aim to build IFP

Gravitas: Velenkosini Hlabisa brings his experience to his new post as leader of the Inkatha Freedom Party.

Finding Your Niche with Emtee

Rapper Emtee paid the Mail & Guardian a visit to speak about his musical journey, what's shaped his musical style and how he found his flow.

Meet the Space Cats

Themba T-Rex Mzwakali, the lead singer and bass guitarist of the Space Cats shares his story about how the band was formed.

Killer’s life sentence gives family ‘a little peace’

The man who beat Danel Rooskrans to death is behind bars, but that doesn't change the pain and rage her loved ones are left with.

Police Minister Bheke Cele addresses Jeppestown

Police minister Bheki Cele visited Jeppestown on Tuesday to speak to business owners and community leaders.

‘We are paying for this dirty water’

Hammanskraal citizens are being forced to buy their own as well as pay their municipal bills.

Dagga: Push for legality and legitimacy

On September 18 2018, the Constitutional Court decriminalized the private use and cultivation of cannabis in private spaces.

ACRM stands in solidarity with the arrested foreign nationals

ACRM President Teenage Moosa Kumbe explains why they showed support for the foreign nationals who were arrested last week.

Mpumelelo Mhlongo, two world records down, one to go

One of South Africa’s best athletes is making waves internationally and is targeting a third world record. You’ve probably never heard of him.

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Public protector’s ‘mistakes’ were made to nail the president, court hears

Busisiwe Mkhwebane discarded facts that were inconvenient to her when she investigated the CR17 campaign, Cyril Ramaphosa’s lawyers argued

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