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Cerebral Palsy

no responses. 08/10/2018 Natasha

Celebrate and affirm those living with cerebral palsy


Celebrate and affirm those living with cerebral palsy

By: Natasha Archary   World Cerebral Palsy Day is observed on 6 October. Launched in […]

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no responses. 02/10/2018 Natasha

Victim surveys show that crime in South Africa may be dropping, yet fear is rising


Victim surveys show that crime in South Africa may be dropping, yet fear is rising

By: Andrew Faull, University of Cape Town There’s been a decline in many crimes in […]

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no responses. 18/09/2018 Natasha

Why inquiry into corruption in South Africa needs to act with urgency


Why inquiry into corruption in South Africa needs to act with urgency

By: Richard Calland, University of Cape Town Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo is heading up […]

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Be vigilant missing children

no responses. 05/09/2018 Natasha

Be vigilant: Too many children are going missing in South Africa


Be vigilant: Too many children are going missing in South Africa

By: Natasha Archary   At the time this article was published, the decomposing body of […]

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no responses. 04/09/2018 Natasha

South Africa is paying a heavy price for dysfunctional local government


South Africa is paying a heavy price for dysfunctional local government

By: Dirk Brand, Stellenbosch University Violent protests over the poor delivery of basic municipal services […]

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no responses. 24/07/2018 Shoeshoe

Give TVET Colleges a Chance – Buti Manamela


Give TVET Colleges a Chance – Buti Manamela

Government will continue to do work to ensure that Technical Vocational Education and Training colleges […]

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no responses. 26/06/2018 Natasha

South Africa must focus on its kids to meet UN development goals targets


South Africa must focus on its kids to meet UN development goals targets

By: Winnie Sambu, University of Cape Town and Lucy Jamieson, University of Cape Town South […]

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no responses. 07/06/2018 Natasha

How South Africa is tightening its tobacco rules


How South Africa is tightening its tobacco rules

By: Catherine O. Egbe, PhD, South African Medical Research Council South Africa was a leader in […]

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no responses. 24/04/2018 Natasha

Teachers feel excluded from South Africa’s schools by race and culture


Teachers feel excluded from South Africa’s schools by race and culture

By: Nuraan Davids, Stellenbosch University Teachers from different backgrounds and cultures are important for pupils’ […]

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no responses. 23/04/2018 Natasha

Freedom from food prices – #FreedomMonth


Freedom from food prices – #FreedomMonth

By: Natasha Archary    Let’s all take a minute of silence before we share our […]

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no responses. 17/04/2018 Natasha

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s legacy: Echoes of Argentina’s Evita


Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s legacy: Echoes of Argentina’s Evita

By: Lyn Snodgrass, Nelson Mandela University Winnie Madikizela-Mandela at her 80th birthday celebrations. GCIS The […]

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no responses. 09/04/2018 Natasha

Conspiracy theories: do you ever wonder?


Conspiracy theories: do you ever wonder?

By: Natasha Archary   Whether you love a good conspiracy theory or not, they’re out […]

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