Tue, 10 December, 2019

Editorial

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Something To PonderWhich Way Now For The South African Child?When the current generation of parents and...

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Women And Girls Under SiegeIn South Africa, Gender Based Violence has become synonymous with Femicide. In the recent past, murders...

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Something To PonderIt Is Not XenophobiaThe world is shocked by events that have been unfolding...

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Something To PonderThe Flag Debate   In April 1994, the old South African flag also known as the...

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South Africa’s HIV/Aids BurdenThe first meeting in the sixth administration of the South African National Aids Council (SANAC)...

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Due to important feedback from our valued subscribers, we have edited this piece to include some information previously left out. Edited...

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We All Must Fight Crime in South AfricaThis Friday, in two different courts within South Africa, two cases of...

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Landmark Silicosis Class Action Settlement – A Win For Gold Mine WorkersOnce in a while, something happens that causes...

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Something To PonderHome Is Where The Heart IsToday, South Africans turned up in Sandton to...

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The Mandela Day VisionThe Nelson Mandela International Day is observed the world over on18th July.  The day was formally declared a global day...

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The Abandoned Babies of South AfricaAccording to the latest report by the Medical Research Council, cases of...

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The Inspiration of Bob CollymoreThe continent of Africa just lost a great man this week. Bob Collymore, CEO...

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Nurturing Our Youth’s Rich TalentNdlovu Youth Choir’s rendition of ‘My African Dream’, conducted by choir director Ralf Schmitt...

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The Job SituationThe South African government, like every other government in the world is dogged by the problem...

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2019 Day of The African Child CommemorationThis weekend, on Sunday to be precise, South Africa leads the rest...