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Time for Africa to refashion its democratic model

By Mike Siluma In the dying days of apartheid, our founding fathers chose the multi-party system of democracy. The kind ...
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TRC Series 3/4 – Thwarted visions of a bold prosecution policy

By Tunicia Jegels International Human Rights Advocate Yasmeen Sooka says it was an expectation that the 300 cases handed over to ...
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Are calls for an economic CODESA justified?

By Ndumiso Hadebe A dear friend once shared a thought-provoking story with me; one such story that dates back to ...
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Decoding passive aggressive work speak

By  Nomali Cele You’ve seen it before: Like a car crash in slow motion, you open an email you are ...
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Brutal Legacy Production

A gripping, uplifting and dramatic adaptation a new book, BRUTAL LEGACY, has now been created!  The play is based on the ...
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Dr. Sindisiwe van Zyl joins the Home of the Afropolitan with a new night-time talk show

24 April 2019 Taking over from Mapaseka Mokwele, Dr. Sindisiwe van Zyl will host the new 7 - 8 PM ...
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PLUS 94 RESEARCH

There’s a time for everything. A time to laugh, a  time to cry, a time to break down, a time ...
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Platonic friends

Don’t blur the lines in your platonic friendships

By: Natasha Archary   There’s a fine line between the dreaded friendzone and a strictly platonic friendship. That line should never ...
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TRC Series 2/4 – Justice Denied

By Tunicia Jegels  We continue to hear stories from Mama Belina and Sindiswa Nunu, renowned human rights advocate Yasmeen Sooka ...
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The TRC Series 1/4 – Victim elites and the Truth and Reconciliation’s scope failures

By Tunicia Jegels The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was a landmark process that has become a model for other countries ...
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Brutal Legacy Production

A gripping, uplifting and dramatic adaptation a new book, BRUTAL LEGACY, has now been created!  The play is based on the ...
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KAYA FM WINE & MALT WHISKY AFFAIR 2019

KAYA FM WINE & MALT WHISKY AFFAIR 2019 IN ASSOCIATION WITH WADE BALES FINE WINES & SPIRITS VENUE: Hyde Park Corner, ...
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Artful expression

Take an art class to help your kids express themselves more freely

By: Natasha Archary     Kids will be kids. They will play rough and get dirty, are loud and unfiltered ...
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Loadshedding

Indoor fun for those days loadshedding hits home

By: Natasha Archary There may not be any load-shedding scheduled this week, but this doesn’t mean the fire’s out. Some ...
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Your child and the art of “I’m sorry”

By: Natasha Archary   If there’s one thing being a parent has taught me, it’s that my “Super-mommy” powers do ...
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Monitor your child online

Stop the online panic. Monitor your child’s online activities

By: Natasha Archary   If like me your timelines were flooded with images, news reports and shocking audio clips of ...
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Emotionally intelligent children

The heart of parenting: Are you teaching your child emotional intelligence?

By: Natasha Archary   We tend to focus on correcting misbehaviour as parents. Tantrums? Timeout. Endless crying? Stop it. Sssssh ...
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Fussy eater

A parent’s guide to managing a fussy eater

By: Natasha Archary “That smells yucky.” “I don’t like this.” “No. It tastes funny.” One of the most commonly frustrating ...
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Private or public school

Choosing a school that’s a good fit for the whole family

By: Natasha Archary   One of the most challenging decisions you’ll make as a parent, aside from what to feed ...
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Yambu Domestic Care

Looking after your domestic worker’s best interests goes beyond just paying them a monthly salary. More than 1.5-million South Africans ...
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Strong kids

Raising strong, independent kids

By: Natasha Archary    Parenting is all just a juggling act isn’t it? We all just do the best we ...
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Keeping the spark alive in your relationship

By Motlagae Konyana A moment of a romantic baecation can sometimes be hard to find - hidden among your day-to-day ...
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Electoral systems need urgent reform. South Africa is no exception

By: Roger Southall, University of the Witwatersrand South Africans go to the polls on 8 May, 2019. EPA/Nic Bothma The ...
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Student resistance in South Africa: the SASO nine trial and Steve Biko

By: Anne Heffernan, Durham University One of the founders of South African Students’ Organisation, Steve Biko. South African History Online ...
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South Africa has a plan to fight prejudice. But it’s full of holes

Women and children at a Red Cross camp for displaced victims of xenophobic violence in Johannesburg. EFE-EPA /Kim Ludbrook By: ...
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‘Rape Day’: A new video game glorifying sexual assault raises questions about regulation

By: Dr Marika Guggisberg, CQUniversity Australia nhungboon/Shutterstock A graphic new video game called Rape Day, set to launch in April, ...
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Botswana joins list of African countries reviewing gay rights

By: Andrew Novak, George Mason University The High Court in Botswana is deliberating on a motion to legalise same-sex relationships. Shutterstock ...
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A Song, A Book and A Dish with Electoral Commission V.C. Mr. Terry Tselane

By Zuko Komisa In this week’s installment of A Song, A Book and A Dish, John Perlman spent time with ...
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The legacy of Robert Sobukwe 41 years since his death

By Zuko Komisa As we enter the 25th year since ushering our democracy in 1994, we are reminded of our ...
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Nigeria has a history of dodgy elections: will it be different this time?

By: Ini Dele-Adedeji, SOAS, University of London President Muhammadu Buhari attends a campaign rally ahead of the 16 February elections ...
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The Zimbabwean predicament – it’s the people stupid!

By Ndumiso Hadebe  The popular phrase, “It’s the economy, stupid!” was coined by Bill Clinton’s campaign strategist, James Carville which ...
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South African diplomacy on Zimbabwe can remain quiet — but it must get tough

By: Roger Southall, University of the Witwatersrand South Africa’s President Cyril Rampahosa, right, must get tough on his Zimbabwean counterpart ...
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Social (media) activism. What is it really doing for anyone? #HumanRightsDay

By: Natasha Archary   Beyond the public holiday, what does Human Rights Day mean to South Africans today? Or is ...
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OPINION: On cookies for people speaking on behalf of the systematically oppressed

By Nomali Cele This week, South African pop musician Danny K was a trending topic online. Most users quipped that ...
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Artificial beauty

The side effects and risks of all things artificially beautiful

By: Natasha Archary   What are you willing to pay to look and feel your best? Many women will tell ...
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An encounter with President Nelson Mandela

By David O’Sullivan 29 years ago I had my first encounter with Nelson Mandela. I was the News Editor at ...
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Valentine's Day overrated

Stupid Cupid: Why Valentine’s Day is overrated #GetRealAboutLove

By: Natasha Archary   Now before everyone who hashtags #LoveLivesHere comes at me for being a hater, let me just ...
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Ramaphosa – between the politics and the administrative

By Khaya Sithole Just over 50 weeks ago in Nasrec, Cyril Ramaphosa finally achieved his long-held ambition to be the ...
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south african airways bailout, SAA, SAA financial troubles

SAA negatively impacts on the growth of tourism to South Africa

By Unathi Sonwabile Henama The national carrier is facing immediate funding challenges, as suppliers are reducing their credit risk to ...
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When is the right time to say the “magic words”?

By Pretty Mashinini New relationships can be tricky. From navigating your way through a blended family to surviving meeting the ...
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IN THERAPY: Conversations on healing

By Ncebakazi Manzi I did not know anyone who was seeing a therapist when I started searching for one in ...
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depression, how to deal with mental illness

Mental illness awareness: An afropolitan shares her experience with depression

By Sandra P. Sono I still remember that one afternoon when I felt so ashamed and I said to myself ...
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PLUS 94 RESEARCH

There’s a time for everything. A time to laugh, a  time to cry, a time to break down, a time ...
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Platonic friends

Don’t blur the lines in your platonic friendships

By: Natasha Archary   There’s a fine line between the dreaded friendzone and a strictly platonic friendship. That line should never ...
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Zola Nene talks about the art of making succulent food

By Zuko Komisa Culinary expert, Zola Nene, recently joined The Best T In The City with Tbose to share her ...
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Curried Pickled Fish Recipe

By Motlagae Konyana This long Easter weekend is all about family, friends and incredible food.  Here is a great curry ...
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Popping the question

Can you tell if he’s about to pop the question?

By: Natasha Archary   You think you know your partner like the back of your hand. But men still have ...
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Friendzone

Is it possible to escape the friendzone?

By: Natasha Archary   Reverse psychology. Play hard to get. Stop making plans. Don’t hang out with them for a ...
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Happy island waterworld

The happiest island in South Africa

By: Natasha Archary City slickers will do anything to convince you that they don’t long to be on the coast ...
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Could your fear of intimacy be sabotaging your relationships?

By: Natasha Archary   The numbers are in. Most people around the world fear intimacy. Many would opt for casual ...
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Ideal body type

Men and women weigh in on the ideal body type

By: Natasha Archary   When it comes to sex appeal, what drives men crazy and keeps a woman drooling? Without ...
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Scared to be lonely

Our fear of being lonely could be why we settle

By: Natasha Archary   Love is blind they say. When you truly fall in love with someone, it’s effortless. Their ...
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How South African digital users behave online

By Nomali Cele We are Social, in collaboration with Hootsuite, have released the 2018 state of the digital landscape and ...
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Fake news: Seeing is believing, or not

By Tunicia Phillips There’s a new trendy hashtag on twitter and it’s flipping the lid on the ever-evolving war on ...
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Icasa regulation, data must fall ruling, stale data icasa

Icasa regulation a “Data must fall” win for the consumer

By Nomali Cele “Data Must Fall” is a phrase that has been on most South Africans’ lips in the past ...
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Make your phone do new things with these Android apps

By Zuko Komisa   Getting the right apps on your phone can make your life so much easier! You operate ...
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Technologies of the future

Technologies of the future that are a lot closer than you think

By Zuko Komisa Technology has drastically evolved that everyday new technology is being developed and shared with the world. The ...
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Digital brand

Build your digital brand presence and stay relevant in a saturated market

By: Natasha Archary   You’re dead in the water if you are yet to embrace technology in some form or ...
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Revenge porn

Revenge porn: is nothing sacred anymore?

By: Natasha Archary     Revenge porn Revenge porn to give you an example: Girl meets boy on online dating ...
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Breaking the internet

Breaking the internet: Anything for likes and giggles

By: Natasha Archary   It’s virtually (no pun intended) impossible to keep up with internet trends and what goes viral ...
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Threads introduces the first fashion hackathon in South Africa

By Motlagae Konyana FASHIONTECH™ AFRICA HACKATHON FASHIONTech™ Hackathon for the programme and is a 24-hour long collaborative exercise where the Threads enterpreneurs team up with ...
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African inventions you need to know about

By Zuko Komisa Watching Black Panther has opened many people’s minds about an Africa reimagined, the imagination of black people ...
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A perfect Panorama road trip

By Motlagae Konyana Mpumalanga is well-known for its scenic beauty. It is east of South Africa bordering the nations of ...
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The Benefits of a Travel Savings Account For Your Next Couple’s Trip

By Nomali Cele “Baecations” are the order of the day. It’s not just about the wanderlust and travel wish list; ...
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Tsitsikamma National Park

Tsitsikamma National Park – a thrilling haven to lose yourself in

By: Natasha Archary   Tsitsikamma, is a Khoi word, meaning the place of abundant water. It’s a fitting description for ...
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Smart ideas for travelling the world this year

By Zuko Komisa Travelling the world, meeting new people, seeing humanity at its grandest is what many will say is ...
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Magnificent Maropeng moments

By Motlagae Konyana The Maropeng Boutique Hotel is a charming, secluded location in Magaliesburg.  Gauteng Tourism invited us to experience ...
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A romantic, luxurious stay at Leewenhof

By Motlagae Konyana Limpopo might not be the first place that springs to mind for a long romantic weekend break, ...
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Get there safely: Festive season travel safety tips

By Motlagae Konyana It is nearing the end of 2018 and most of people will be hitting the open roads ...
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Route 67 in Port Elizabeth

By Nomali Cele Travelling locally is eye-opening and can be a joy. While international travel is usually touted as the ...
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Euphoria Golf Lifestyle Estate: The perfect Golfing break outside Gauteng

By Motlagae Konyana Euphoria hydro golf lifestyle estate is minutes away from the Modimolle town center and less than two ...
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let us not be idol or stunned by fear let us not be so comfortable that we ignore another's grieving instead of ending what makes her grieve let us not be scared of the work because it's hard let us move the mountain because the mountain must move let us, oh lords above us and within let us be useful to our neighbors & tender their wounds let us be more bandage than blade unless the blade is needed let us be a sword against what does not bring us closer to home let us be dangerous to that which fails us and bring us a world good to us, all of us all us all us amen

Luxury train travel: The world’s most luxurious railway travel experiences

By Nomali Cele Plus a chance to win a trip on the Blue Train to the value of R32, 860! ...
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Passive Aggressive Work Speak, is that email passive agreessive, workplace communication

Decoding passive aggressive work speak

By  Nomali Cele You’ve seen it before: Like a car crash in slow motion, you open an email you are ...
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Entrepreneurs on the move with Nelisiwe Masango on #KayaBizz

By Zuko Komisa In our regular segment on Kaya Bizz with Gugulethu Mfuphi, we recently had a conversation with 26-year ...
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Vika Shipalana and the world of luxury

By Nomali Cele “Real luxury takes time.” – Vika Shipalana Vika Shipilana self-identifies as a luxury connoisseur. The branding expert ...
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Travel Insurance in 2019

By Nomali Cele We recently posted about the benefits of saving for your couples’ trips – you get to know, ...
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Diversifying your income in these hard times

By Nomali Cele Is it side hustle time? Diversifying your income seems inevitable in these economic times. Money is not ...
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Productivity Tools to help you track tasks and collaborate

By Nomali Cele Making the most of your working hours, whether you are employed full-time or are part of the ...
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What a gig economy is and how you can thrive in it

By Nomali Cele The gig economy has been on the rise for decades but the conditions for workers to take ...
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Understanding livestock wealth growth through a crowd-farming platform

By Zuko Komisa Imagine owning a profitable farm business and farm from the comfort of your home. The concept of ...
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Make your budget stretch with Reward Programs

By Zuko Komisa Consumers in South Africa are constantly looking for ways to use their money in ways that make ...
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Important questions you need to know about your funeral cover

By Motlagae Konyana A funeral cover comes in handy in the event of the unfortunate loss of a loved one.  ...
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Cardio vs strength training – which will get you results?

By: Natasha Archary   For the longest time, cardiovascular workout routines were said to be the best way to keep ...
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6 Self-care ideas that don’t involve consumerism

By Nomali Cele Self-care has been a buzzword in recent years with everyone looking for self-care ideas and ways to ...
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Is your thyroid gland overactive? – It could be Hyperthyroidism

By Zuko Komisa Every week on Saturday Breakfast, we get a dose of health education with Dr. Sindi Van Zyl ...
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Shame and Secrecy: Are you in financial abusive relationship

By Motlagae Konyana Abuse rears its ugly head in many ways, and it is something that seems to be becoming ...
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Secrecy and shame: How shame creates secrets

By Motlagae Konyana We live in a society and often come from communities whose rules, values and standards are predefined ...
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Nissan powers up Filadelfia secondary school with a sustainable energy solution

From March 2019, learners at Filadelfia School will suffer less from load shedding and unscheduled power cuts as a result ...
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VW wins big at the 2019 Cars Awards

By Nomali Cele The 2019 Cars Awards, the fourth since their inception, were once again brought to you by Cars ...
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McLaren reveal the Senna in South Africa – #UltimateSeries

By: Natasha Archary    Earlier this month, Daytona Melrose Arch held a reveal of the McLaren Senna in South Africa ...
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Nissan Navara 2.3D

Nissan Navara 2.3D Double-Cab LE Auto – Rugged, redefined

By: Natasha Archary   It’s been a while since a Nissan captivated my attention. Not since I was on the ...
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Consider this before you approach the bank or a vehicle dealership

By Scelo Hlophe   Buying a car in South Africa can be tricky, especially when you do not have the ...
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Mark Fish talks Bafana Bafana glory days with Skhumba and Ndumiso

By Zuko Komisa Mark Fish, or as many South Africans called him in his heydays “Feeeeeesh!”, came through for this ...
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Ace Khuse shares his Soweto derby memories.

Imagine scoring against the team you love? That’s how Donald “Ace” Khuse remembers his first ever Soweto derby. Khuse who ...
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Kaizer Chiefs’ dream is now Orlando Pirates reality

It is no secret that Ernest Middendorp holds Fadlu Davids in the high regard. The two coaches worked well together ...
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Komphela fuming over leaked letter.

Steve Komphela is fuming that his resignation letter was leaked. After resigning from Bloemfontein Celtic in December last year, his ...
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Kaya FM Sport Editor Mosibodi Whitehead wins big

By Nomali Cele Last week, our very own Mosibodi Whitehead, the Kaya FM Sport Editor, won big at the SAB ...
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Eskort Just Delicious Budget Meals

After a freewheeling festive season, #Januworry has many of us tightening the purse strings! Luckily, ...
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ESKORT JUST DELICIOUS

Pork Neck Roast with Pumpkin Fritters and Couscous A #JustDelicious Pork Neck Roast, pan-fried until golden, ...
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ESKORT JUST DELICIOUS

Marinated Loin Ribs with Stuffed Spinach and Corn Bread #JustDelicious Marinated Loin Ribs are braaied ...
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ESKORT JUST DELICIOUS

Rib Burger Steamed Buns Our #JustDelicious rib burger and an appetising mixture of red onions, ...
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ESKORT JUST DELICIOUS

Christmas Spiced Donut with Brandy Icing Festively flavoured with nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and cloves, our ...
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ESKORT JUST DELICIOUS

Inspirational Pork Pies Gold Medal Pork Sausages, decased and combined with a softened mixture of ...
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Investing in high-quality stocks: What investors should know

Every investor prizes a high quality company that delivers steady and predictable growth. But how ...
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Gallagher Convention Centre

Gallagher Convention Centre is the premier events venue in Gauteng. Established in 1993, Gallagher is ...
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World Cup Quarter-Finals Analysis by Ex-Bafana star Matthew Booth

Tavarishi (Comrades)... ...the quarter-finals are upon us! Here is my prognosis. Uruguay vs France: Edison ...
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Viva l’Afrique! – Matthew Booth

Zhdrastvyite fytbolni fanatu (Hello football fans) I had asked a week ago if normality at ...
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