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no responses. 05/03/2019 Natasha

South Africa a hotspot for international music festivals

By: Natasha Archary   This past weekend thousands of Electronic Dance Music enthusiasts flocked to […]

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no responses. 05/03/2019 Nomali

The best of Design Indaba 2019

By Nomali Cele Design Indaba 2019 has just come to a close. The festival was […]

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no responses. 05/03/2019 Natasha

South Africa is failing the rights of children to education and health

By: Magnus Killander, University of Pretoria Children who aren’t South African citizens struggle to access […]

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Celibacy

no responses. 04/03/2019 Natasha

Celibacy in the modern world. Could waiting strengthen your relationship?

By: Natasha Archary   Whatever happened to traditional dating?  In the age where finding a […]

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no responses. 03/03/2019 Motlagae Konyana

Full list of the 2019 SAFTAs winners: The popular Telenovela, The River wins big

By Motlagae Konyana South Africa’s film and television talent and content producers once again were […]

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no responses. 01/03/2019 Zuko

Zanele Muholi on queer legacy, pronouns and new work

By Zuko Komisa Visual activist and photographer Zanele Moholi made a special appearance on The […]

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no responses. 01/03/2019 Zuko

‘Nguwe’ hit-maker Ntando on his appreciation of music. #BlomBlom

By Zuko Komisa Afro-Soul Musician Ntando Bangani joined Good Friday’s Skhumba and Ndumiso for this […]

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