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2014/10/24 05:04
2014/10/24 05:04
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Sacred cows are there to be slaughtered and enjoyed with your favourite chakalaka, but more creativity and nuance make the funny ridiculous stand out from the funny sublime. Funnier than Themdishes...
2014/10/24 05:04
2014/10/24 05:04
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2014/10/22 20:03
2014/10/22 20:03
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Acting Director of Corporate Services for Oudtshoorn, advocate Francois Human, came clean and exposed various incidents of corruption, bribery, intimidation, political plots and schemes by rogue ANC...
2014/10/22 08:19
2014/10/22 08:19
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Grahamstown Arts Festival suffers financial blow In its newly proposed amendments, the National Lottery Board will now prioritise sports and charities. FILE: Dance SBYA winner Fana Tshabalala...
2014/10/20 08:15
2014/10/20 08:15
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... because we’re in a free and democratic South Africa doesn’t mean to say you can do things that are racially discriminatory and think that people are going to laugh, or that everything is going...
2014/10/17 05:03
2014/10/17 05:03
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Having taken that lesson to heart, a clan of local Goliaths have taken a childhood of perpetual jest and are turning it into a comedy empire. ''Growing up we were always laughing. Our dads loved...
2014/10/17 01:21
2014/10/17 01:21
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RUDZANI FLOYD MUSEKWA The capital city of the Northern Cape, Kimberley, is not only home to shiny diamonds, but also to one of this country’s most famous sons. Scholar, journalist, linguist,...
2014/10/14 14:15
2014/10/14 14:15
10d
Improving staff remuneration and helping to get the Eastern Cape education department out of its mess will be some of Rhodes University’s new vice-chancellor, Dr Sizwe Mabizela’s, priorities in his...
2014/10/14 10:34
2014/10/14 10:34
10d
FOR theatre enthusiasts, this was an extraordinary year at Potchefstroom’s annual Aardklop arts festival which was especially so because of three directors; elder statesman Marthinus Basson, whizz...
2014/10/13 16:34
2014/10/13 16:34
11d
APThree youngsters tries to outrun an Indian ocean wave while playing on Sardinia Beach. Port Elizabeth - There is something about Port Elizabeth that underlines its reputation as the Friendly City;...
2014/10/12 08:34
2014/10/12 08:34
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TwitterMalaika Wa Azania, a youth ambassador for the AU, was held captive in Morocco for three days. Photo: Twitter We were treated like mere objects, terrorists or asylum seekers, writes Malaika wa...
2014/10/10 15:35
2014/10/10 15:35
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As the organisers of the inaugural Cape Town Fringe call a wrap on the 11-day festival, which offered up a mix of theatre, puppetry, comedy, music, physical theatre and family fare, they say the...
2014/10/10 07:34
2014/10/10 07:34
14d
Rhodes University student and AU youth ambassador Malaika wa Azania was expected to land in the country on Friday. Wa Azania was detained on arrival at Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca,...
2014/10/09 18:34
2014/10/09 18:34
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ECAPE-TROLLIP JOHANNESBURG Oct 9 Sapa TROLLIP TO APOLOGISE TO PREMIER: LEGISLATURE DA Eastern Cape leader Athol Trollip will apologise to provincial premier Phumulo Masualle for implying he was a...
2014/10/08 07:34
2014/10/08 07:34
16d
STRAIGHT off a very successful run at this year’s Edinburgh Assembly Fringe Festival, Aubrey Sekhabi’s thriller Silent Voice comes to Cape Town for a short season. Sekhabi (pictured below) the...
2014/10/07 13:50
2014/10/07 13:50
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For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. Spectacular: Cyclists cross a bridge in Karangahake...
2014/10/06 00:09
2014/10/06 00:09
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Chris van Wyk, the writer who brought the delights and sadnesses of childhood to life for children - and yet again for adults - passed away over the weekend at the age of 57, succumbing after a battle...
2014/10/05 11:15
2014/10/05 11:15
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The Zulu people’s brief, intense, heroic struggle with the English is well known. And now that Zulu, the film that tells the story of the battle of Rorke’s Drift in Zululand in 1879, has been...
2014/10/02 06:15
2014/10/02 06:15
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It’s hard not to look around and think that it is black people who are apologising for the end of apartheid. We learn English and, generally, white people don’t make an effort to learn indigenous...
2014/10/01 13:29
2014/10/01 13:29
23d
Fear of rape grows among girls at a local school as boys use their toilets. After an attempted rape took place at a local school in Grahamstown this year, many female pupils at Mary Waters High,...
2014/10/01 13:29
2014/10/01 13:29
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Local youth speaking out A few weeks ago, a question on one of our twitter accounts; "What ticks you off?" There are several responses. One follower says; "People who aren't punctual". Another...
2014/10/24 05:04
2014/10/24 05:04
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