Fierce, fearless and fighting the stigma - these five women are challenging stereotypes and carving a niche for themselves in a world that isn't always kind to people with disabilities.
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First, They Erased Our Name is a pioneering book detailing the personal account of a Rohingya under the Myanmar regime.
He is charismatic, interesting, vocal, intelligent . . . and in some circles the most feared and despised politician in South Africa. He leads the men and women in red overalls, the party which achieved the strongest growth in 2019: the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).
Africa has a population of 1.2 billion people and is undergoing an historic economic revitalisation, says Ian Mann.
Our mother, Nozuko, is a farmer in the truest sense of the word, even though we only started farming five years ago. Where others saw dirt, she always saw potential.
After living in Cape Town for 20 years, Henry Trotter explores the unique character of the city while illuminating some of the hidden historical, political and cultural forces that shape its social life in his new book Cape Town: A Place Between.
The Rivonia trial was the most important South African trial of the 1960s and probably of the last three decades of apartheid. That Bram Fischer had asked him to argue reflects the confidence that Bram and his other colleagues had in Arthur Chaskalson.
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A goat to both Zulu and Xhosa tribes is more than just a sturdy animal uniquely adapted to the harshness of this continent. It is a mystical creature used in rituals and ceremonies.
People who came into contact with Kolisi were always willing to take a chance on him, support him and invest in him, almost as though they were squinting into the future where they saw the man not only play for the Boks, but also captain them.
Ramaphosa was determined to show Moyane what he was really capable of, and decided to discipline him, building the case that he had lost confidence in him. The president was clear; Moyane had to go if Sars had any chance of recovery.
In her conversation with Redi Tlhabi, Melinda Gates discusses gender equality and makes an urgent call for women, even those with just a modicum of power, to use their agency to uplift the voiceless.
Disciplinary action certain for teachers refusing to teach Sex Ed says Minister.
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It's never too early to teach kids how to be financially savvy. See which local children’s books Ethnikids' Khumo Tapfumaneyi recommends for equipping children to deal with money matters from a young age.
A simple a story about acorns and why our squirrel family collects them.
Some people left of their own volition. Some left because the environment had become toxic. Some were forced out.
The Bosasa way was to seal the tender boxes, take them to the prayer meeting on the morning of the submission, anoint them with oil and pray over them. All of this was part of the Bosasa cult ritual.
If there's a manager on your gift list, get them this book, says Ian Mann.
In recent years, South African politics has been characterised by a distinct lack of civility and accountability. Racism and violent threats have become the norm and civilised, democratic politics is being replaced by the political mob.
The news of Gordon's escape was on all the early Monday morning radio bulletins. One newspaper said the wounded guerrilla had been rescued by seven men in white coats.
Taking centre stage at the Zondo commission, the wheelings and dealings of late Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson gripped the nation. In this extract from Adriaan Basson’s new book, Fanie van Zijl recalls how his business landed in the hands of Watson.
De Lille's leadership style and her efforts to centralise power in her office sowed unhappiness and growing concern. 'It didn't matter what you said, you weren't going to convince her. In the end, her stubbornness counted against her.'
South African author of the Conscious Bedtime Stories series, Andrew Newman, talks to Parent24 about using story time to connect more deeply with children.
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