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no responses. 21/09/2020 Natasha

University rankings don’t measure what matters

By: Sioux McKenna, Rhodes University GettyImages   International rankings of universities are big business and […]


no responses. 18/09/2020 Zuko

MIAF to livestream Vibrations – A Celebration of African Instruments

The Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) will livestream the Vibrations concert featuring Pops Mohamed, Morena Leraba, Sibusile […]


no responses. 10/09/2020 Natasha

South African universities need to know why students’ suicide risk is so high

By: Jason Bantjes, Stellenbosch University Shutterstock   An estimated 800,000 people die by suicide globally […]


no responses. 09/09/2020 Natasha

Rest poetically Myesha Jenkins

By: Natasha Archary   Born in San Francisco, Myesha was based in Johannesburg following her […]


no responses. 08/09/2020 Zuko

The 15th Mail & Guardian, 200 Young South Africans list, celebrates eminent youth leading their fields on September 10, 2020.

Beginning as a list of “Young South Africans you must take to lunch”, Mail & […]


no responses. 07/09/2020 Zuko

Today is the 28th anniversary of the Bisho massacre

By David O’Sullivan   Today is the 28thanniversary of the Bisho massacre, the day Ciskei […]


no responses. 03/09/2020 Ntombenhle

Kaya FM Bids Farewell to Mike Siluma

Veteran journalist Mike Siluma will broadcast his last show on Kaya FM on Thursday, 3rd […]


no responses. 01/09/2020 Zuko

Are lockdown live streams working for South Africa’s musicians?

Gwen Ansell, University of Pretoria “Hello,” says trumpeter Sydney Mavundla. “Greetings to you, sitting in […]


no responses. 01/09/2020 Zuko

Small victory for reeling Eldorado Park community

By Tunicia Jegels and Shona Bhur Eldorado Park residents are celebrating a small victory after […]


no responses. 27/08/2020 Zuko

RMB Turbine Art Fair goes online in 2020

RMB Turbine Art Fair (RMB TAF), a unique South African art fair that brings together exhibitors […]