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no responses. 10/11/2020 Zuko

How school maths could better prepare South Africans for the world of work

Cyril Julie, University of the Western Cape In the modern world of work, most computations […]


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no responses. 02/11/2020 Nomali

Reclaim Your Summer with Kaya FM

This summer we’re asking Afropolitans to join us as we #ReclaimSummer! We want to revel […]


Meeting the parents

no responses. 20/10/2020 Natasha

Is it time to meet the parents?

By: Natasha Archary  Time. Why are we so fixated with the concept of the proverbial […]


no responses. 16/10/2020 Zuko

GALLERY: Kaya FM Rediscovers the beauty of the City of Durban – creating new memories

By Zuko Komisa  The Kaya FM crew spent the weekend in Durban exploring some of […]


Family pet

no responses. 14/10/2020 Natasha

Things to keep in mind before you get that puppy (pet) for the kids

By: Natasha Archary  There are so many milestones in childhood that present parents with a […]


no responses. 13/10/2020 Natasha

Fixing South Africa’s minibus taxi industry is proving hard: tracing its history shows why

By: Siyabulela Christopher Fobosi, University of Johannesburg A policeman stands guard during a protest by […]


Workout essentials

no responses. 06/10/2020 Natasha

Ladies workout essentials for comfort and form

By: Natasha Archary  If there’s a lifelong lesson to be learnt from a global pandemic, […]


no responses. 06/10/2020 Natasha

Online and in the classroom, COVID-19 has put new demands on teachers

By: Nhlanhla Mpofu, Rhodes University   This pandemic has taken the familiar, collaborative classroom and […]


no responses. 23/09/2020 Zuko

Maxeke-Mgqwetho Annual Lecture

Asinakuthula Collective will be hosting the 2ndMaxeke-Mgqwetho Annual Lecture. The keynote will be delivered by […]


no responses. 23/09/2020 Natasha

Signs they’re still hung up on their ex

By: Natasha Archary It’s a daunting playing field when you first wet your feet in […]