The events that have unfolded in the DA have shown that Zille has more influence than Maimane. He serves at her pleasure, writes Ralph Mathekga.
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Fifty years after the death of Muslim cleric and anti-apartheid activist Imam Abdullah Haron, his grave and the mosque of which he was once at the helm have been declared Western Cape heritage sites.
Plans for luxury apartment block put on hold.
At 83 years old, Dr Esther Mahlangu continues to inspire us and has helped put traditional Ndebele design on the world map.
The story of one of the most famous daughters of District Six is zooming in on queer culture in Cape Town's historic inner city, before the culture that permeated through its vibrant streets was permanently erased.
Along with land dispossession due to forced removals and relocation policies the Khoisan identity was further undermined in its struggle for official recognition, writes Hendrik Jaars.
Mthatha, Coffee Bay, Morgans Bay... The Eastern Cape has a bevy of wonderful spots to visit, and driving in an Isuzu KB can make for a great cultural experience.
The US embassy chose the sophisticated Orbit Jazz bistro in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, to announce the injection of about R1.2m for the preservation initiative of indigenous southern African music
“IsiNdebele is my culture and I love it. I speak isiNdebele, I walk isiNdebele and I wear isiNdebele,” Heritage icon Esther Mahlangu says.
But, she fears that today's youth is not making a concerted effort to try and preserve their cultures.
The historical Bo-Kaap is locked in a battle between residents and developers, who have competing visions for the area.
Hanover Street supposedly got its old name back this week after a motion was passed by the City of Cape Town in a full council meeting - but is it geographically correct?
The University of the Free State's council has approved the relocation of the statue of President Marthinus Theunis Steyn to a site off campus.
If you're a South African with the surname Retief and you watched television scenes of the disaster in Indonesia last week, chances are that you looked at the faces of some of your distant relatives, writes Max du Preez.
The Seven Day War memorial in Pietermaritzburg has been vandalised and has turned into a drinking spot.
Datsun begins the fifth year of its operations in South Africa this week since re-entering the market in 2014. The company is strengthening a decades-old legacy.
A national heritage site lies ravaged. The Transvaal Bantu Normal College, which counts Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and Pan Africanist Congress president Stanley Mogoba among its first students, is in ruins.
South African indigenous languages may be saved from the list of those identified by the UN Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) as likely to disappear at the end of this century.
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Historic sites such as the Bakoni ruins are disappearing. If we don’t preserve our history, who will?
Mercedes-Benz is the first automaker to build hybrid cars on the African continent. The new C350 e will be built at the automaker's factory in East London.
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