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Nongcebo McKenzie celebrates her right to speak her mother-tongue

Nongcebo McKenzie, Ukhozi FM presenter is inspired by the South African Constitution and the fact that our right to speak the language of our...

Public-private partnerships in national parks to boost tourism

Six million people visited our 19 national parks last year. This presented a huge opportunity for private investors, delegates were told at the inaugural...

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First name:Dineo William
Last name:Chiloane
Email address:dchiloane26@gmail.com
Telephone:+27711835880

job creation

First name:Dineo William
Last name:Chiloane
Email address:dchiloane26@gmail.com
Telephone:+27711835880

South African men show their support for Movember

Many South African men joined the international campaign Movember to become walking and talking billboards for men's health issues. The annual campaign encourages men to ditch the razor and grow their facial hair as a fundraising initiative and to promote public conversation.

Cape Town readies for nu world music

The venerable old Cape Town City Hall will dazzle again over Nelson Mandela International Day weekend, when it throws open its doors to the Cape Town Nu World Festival. Besides music, there will be workshops and talks led by the participating artists, as well as fringe events.

What African universities can do to attract academics back from the diaspora

The African academic diaspora can contribute positively to the continent – by offering their skills and expertise, or training young academics – especially if they partner up with African universities, writes Osabuohien P. Amienyi.

A leading nation is a reading nation: World Book Day 2015

adult education 572269 640Reading is the key to success, helping to educate, inspire and uplift, a panel of leading South Africans told University of Johannesburg students at a World Book Day event hosted by Play Your Part ambassador Tebogo Ditshego on 23 April.

Ebola survivors share life-saving tips via mobile app

"Yes, I survived Ebola," a Guinean woman said in the first message sent through an interactive application that is being used to deliver public health information about Ebola to affected populations, helping to reduce the stigma faced by survivors in West Africa.

Remembering Joe Slovo, 20 years on

Tuesday marked the 20th anniversary of the death of South African struggle stalwart Joe Slovo. Commended as an outstanding revolutionary by former president Nelson Mandela, Slovo headed up the SA Community Party and dedicated his life to gaining power for all the people of South Africa.