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no responses. 29/01/2018 Natasha

Did Steinhoff’s board structure contribute to the scandal?


Did Steinhoff’s board structure contribute to the scandal?

By: Owen Skae, Rhodes University Steinhoff’s former CEO, Markus Jooste, is partly blamed for the […]

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no responses. 29/12/2017 Trinisha

Tribute pours for music maestro Robbie Malinga


Tribute pours for music maestro Robbie Malinga

By Thobile Hans South African music lovers, football fans and politicians celebrated the life of […]

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no responses. 28/12/2017 Trinisha

ANC CONFERENCE: Police manhandle a journalist at Nasrec


ANC CONFERENCE: Police manhandle a journalist at Nasrec

By Shoeshoe Qhu Kaya FM Journalist and Senior Content producer Shoeshoe Qhu witnessed an incident […]

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no responses. 28/12/2017 Trinisha

Solange cancels her visit to South Africa


Solange cancels her visit to South Africa

By Motlagae Konyana Solange confirmed last night that she will not be performing at the […]

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no responses. 21/12/2017 Natasha

Hawkers profit from CR17


Hawkers profit from CR17

By: Thobile Hans Cyril Ramaphosa didn’t only win the elections for the ANC presidency, but […]

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no responses. 21/12/2017 Natasha

Who is Cyril Ramaphosa? A profile of the new leader of South Africa’s ANC


Who is Cyril Ramaphosa? A profile of the new leader of South Africa’s ANC

By: Thapelo Tselapedi, Rhodes University New ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa moments before winning. EPA-EFE/Cornell Tukiri […]

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no responses. 13/12/2017 Natasha

New report reveals the toughest places in the world for a girl to get an education


New report reveals the toughest places in the world for a girl to get an education

The global crisis that perpetuates poverty By: Margaret Nyamushamba On the eve of International Day […]

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no responses. 11/12/2017 Natasha

A year of illusions: five things we learnt about democracy in Africa in 2017


A year of illusions: five things we learnt about democracy in Africa in 2017

By: Nic Cheeseman, University of Birmingham A strong judiciary isn’t enough to keep democracy in place. […]

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no responses. 04/12/2017 Natasha

2017: The year the Democratic Republic of Congo would like to forget


2017: The year the Democratic Republic of Congo would like to forget

By: Reuben Loffman, Lecturer in African History, Queen Mary University of London Congolese soldiers arrest […]

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