African Civil Revolutionary Movement  stands in solidarity with the arrested foreign nationals
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African Civil Revolutionary Movement stands in solidarity with the arrested foreign nationals

African Civil Revolutionary Movement (ACRM) President Teenage Moosa Kumbe explains why they showed support for…

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Finding your niche with Rouge
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Finding your niche with Rouge

“I’m a first generation South African, so I don’t only have South African stories to…

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Tiny taxi offers a cute alternative
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Tiny taxi offers a cute alternative

Punters getting around by renting space in a vehicle are spoilt for choice these days,…

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Countdown to the #MG200Young South Africans 2019 list unveiling
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Countdown to the #MG200Young South Africans 2019 list unveiling

The Mail & Guardian’s very own Zamantungwa Khumalo was on eNCA this morning to discuss…

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Sjava: Not just your everyday rapper
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Sjava: Not just your everyday rapper

South African hip-hop’s household crooner Sjava has been writing music for over 14 years. Sjava…

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Free State government in Zondo commission’s crosshairs
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Free State government in Zondo commission’s crosshairs

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, the chairperson of the commission of inquiry into state capture,…

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Pimples: Zuma’s first 100 days on Twitter
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Pimples: Zuma’s first 100 days on Twitter

Part II: In conversation with DA leader Mmusi Maimane
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Part II: In conversation with DA leader Mmusi Maimane

Maimane says the Democratic Alliance has never been more united. “The DA has a proud…

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In conversation with DA leader Mmusi Maimane
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In conversation with DA leader Mmusi Maimane

“Coalitions aren’t about who, they are about what you are trying to do” — Maimane…

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Grahamstown water crisis
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Grahamstown water crisis

A water crisis is unfolding in Makhanda (Grahamstown). It has been exacerbated by poor infrastructure…

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