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Zuma chats to girl children about work, leadership

President Jacob Zuma took a break from government business on Thursday to field a battery of questions from a group of 40 girls from schools in and around Pretoria as part of Take a Girl Child to Work Day.

Brand South Africa supports Take a Girl Child to Work Day

Brand South Africa hosts 12 female leaners from three Diepkloof schools on Cell C Take a Girl Child to Work Day® The 12th annual Cell...

The art of weaponry

Ralph Ziman worked with a group of Zimbabwean wire beaders to make replica AK-47s and ammunition. Then he took photos in downtown Joburg, depicting an eerie, frightening world for his exhibition, Ghosts. It was not to glamorise guns, he says, but to spark a debate.

‘Make use of services for children with disabilities’

Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has urged the parents of children with disabilities to make use of government services available to assist them. The minister's call comes after reports emerged of a girl with disabilities being locked up in a shack in Alexandra, Johannesburg.

‘Enough is enough’ say McAuley House students

McAuley House teachers and students are taking a firm stand against women and child abuse in South Africa, saying 'Kwanele Kwanele'; enough is enough.

20 years of freedom – closing the gender gap in SA society

This month, South Africa commemorates two decades of democratic freedom in the country and reflects on the journey taken to create a more equitable society for all citizens, says Phumla Williams, CEO of Government Communication and Information System (GCIS).

‘Teach your children about their rights’

With Human Rights Month under way, the government has encouraged South African parents and communities to engage in conversations around children's rights, and to teach children to speak up when they feel that their rights have been violated.

‘Teach your children about their rights’

With Human Rights Month under way, the government has encouraged South African parents and communities to engage in conversations around children's rights, and to teach children to speak up when they feel that their rights have been violated.

Sister remembers a man ‘born to lead’

In separate interviews conducted earlier this year in Nelson Mandela's home village of Qunu in the Eastern Cape, his sister Nonyekana Bulehluti and cousin Sketshetshe Mandela spoke about their relations to the revered former statesman, who passed away on Thursday evening.

Vehicles of hope on North Coast

A car exhibition will raise funds for the Ithemba Labasha Community Centre, a vital organisation in the poverty-stricken community of Shaka’s Head. Ballito Street Heroes is doing its bit to pay it forward.