Black Lives Matter: The South African economy’s unfinished business – The Mail & Guardian

The South African economy, a quarter of a century after democratic elections, is not inclusive. This lack of capital, and of investment, ownership...

Malawi’s new president defends controversial cabinet – The Mail & Guardian

NEWS ANALYSIS The announcement of newly-elected President Lazarus Chakwera’s first cabinet was met with outrage. Many Malawians were surprised at the ministerial appointments of...

ANC wants pension funds to finance infrastructure build – The Mail & Guardian

The ANC is in discussions with the pension funds industry and the treasury regarding the use of pension funds or retirement savings to...

Court must declare Cape Town’s ‘inhuman’ demolitions, evictions illegal, says law centre – The...

The City of Cape Town could be heading to court to defend itself for taking action to curb land invasions, which included removing...

The case against Floyd Shivambu – The Mail & Guardian

NEWS ANALYSIS In the official story, Floyd Shivambu — the second-in-command of the Economic Freedom Fighters — got R680 000 in “clean” money from his...

10 July 2020 – The Mail & Guardian

These are unprecedented times, and the role of media to tell and record the story of South Africa as it develops is more...

Taxis: The illegitimate children of Mzansi’s transport industry – The Mail & Guardian

COMMENT “I swear all taxi drivers were born and raised by the same mother,” my Uncle Billy once cursed when a rattling, yellow heap...

Most Gauteng, Western Cape schools in hotspots – The Mail & Guardian

The majority of schools in Gauteng are in Covid-19 hotspot areas.  This was revealed by basic education director general Mathanzima Mweli in a press...

People’s behaviour stoking Gauteng pandemic – The Mail & Guardian

As many as 11 000 people in Gauteng may die of Covid-19 with the disease on its current trajectory, amid warnings that each infected...

Toxic dust from an abandoned mine coupled with Covid-19 is a tinderbox – The...

Michael Moloufi is “so, so scared”. “Many people are dying of Covid-19 in Snake Park. Almost every day we’re burying people,” he says.  “We...

Covid-19 deepens Kenya’s educational divide – The Mail & Guardian

NEWS ANALYSIS On March 15, Kenya’s government shut down the country’s schools. Seventeen million learners were told to stay at home in an effort...

Ebrahim Patel MIA as the South African National Accreditation System battles its board –...

Warning lights are flashing at the South African National Accreditation System (Sanas) — a key state agency central to South Africa’s trade relations...

Battle over R6bn workers’ retirement fund – The Mail & Guardian

Allegations of corruption, corporate espionage and the peddling of trade secrets are at the centre of a battle over a R6-billion workers’ pension...

Cabinet reshuffle rumours: Unlikely to happen any time soon, but… – The Mail &...

Renewed rumours of a mass cabinet reshuffle by President Cyril Ramaphosa are unlikely to translate into changes in his executive any time in...

Lockdown, day 105: When the chips are really down – The Mail & Guardian

Thursday. For the first time since the head of state locked us down in response to the Covid-19 pandemic in March —  a whole...
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US Singer, Justine Skye’s Ancestry DNA Results Reveal She’s 43% Nigerian

US Singer, Justine Skye’s Ancestry DNA Results Reveal She’s 43% Nigerian American singer and model, Justine Skye recently had...