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RUSSEL MOLEFE Women still lag behind in the science disciplines which have been identified as sectors that can grow the economy and advance humanity, Minister of Science and Technology Naledi Pandor...
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2014/08/19 22:31
2014/08/19 22:31
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Margaret von Klemperer BOOK lovers should head off to Howick this weekend for the fifth annual Midlands Literary Festival at Yellowwood Cafe on Saturday and Sunday. Once again there is a great mix of...
2014/08/19 11:29
2014/08/19 11:29
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In late July 2014 SACSIS hosted a reflection workshop for our team of writers. Prof. Steven Friedman, Director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy at the University of Johannesburg, was asked to...
2014/08/17 14:34
2014/08/17 14:34
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Johannesburg - University students are brazenly cheating in test and exams, the Sunday Times reported. At the universities of the Witwatersand, Johannesburg, Stellenbosch and North West, as well as...
2014/08/17 09:34
2014/08/17 09:34
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The Germany team celebrate after winning the World Cup final soccer match at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in July. The writers say Germany owes its success to a nation-wide football...
2014/08/15 00:21
2014/08/15 00:21
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Levels of xenophobia and intolerance of foreigners is increasing in Gauteng, a survey released yesterday found. “A total of 35% of all respondents said we should send all foreigners home now,”...
2014/08/14 23:31
2014/08/14 23:31
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NTOMBI NKOSI About 70% of people in Gauteng are happy, according to the quality of life survey released yesterday. Gauteng Premier David Makhura has accepted the findings of the survey, saying, “The...
2014/08/14 21:03
2014/08/14 21:03
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Johannesburg - The level of trust between blacks and whites in South Africa is diminishing year on year, a survey released on Thursday found. "Seventy three percent of African respondents agreed...
2014/08/14 19:03
2014/08/14 19:03
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Johannesburg - Gauteng residents are becoming increasingly tolerant of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, asexual, queer and other sexual orientations (LGBTIAQ+), a survey revealed on...
2014/08/14 16:03
2014/08/14 16:03
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Johannesburg - Residents of Gauteng are happy with service delivery but have no faith and trust in the people elected to lead them, a survey released on Thursday found. "People just don't want...
2014/08/14 00:21
2014/08/14 00:21
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RUSSEL MOLEFE The debate over the contentious proposal to scrap the LLB degree as an undergraduate qualification continues with Deputy Minister of Justice and Correctional Services John Jeffrey...
2014/08/13 07:34
2014/08/13 07:34
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Kristin Masters, creator of Soapbox Kids. Many of us get ideas for products and services but few of us take a chance on realising them. Helen Grange found three women who did just that Fashion...
2014/08/08 23:39
2014/08/08 23:39
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Int’l Conference on Access to Legal Aid in Criminal Justice Systems in South Africa An International Conference to discuss effective strategies to improve access to Justice in Criminal Justice...
2014/08/08 16:19
2014/08/08 16:19
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The war in Gaza is now in its fourth week of operation. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported on July 16 that four children were killed by Israeli missiles near the Gaza Harbour, two boys aged nine...
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2014/08/07 23:29
2014/08/07 23:29
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The skills gap or skills mismatch argument blames education for the lack of jobs, when instead, it is a crisis of capitalism that has caused the high levels of unemployment in South Africa, and in...
2014/08/07 11:34
2014/08/07 11:34
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Professor Amira Osman takes a walk on Durban beachfront during the planning of the International Union of Architects World Congress. Picture: Sibusiso Ndlovu Durban - Amira Osman is a woman at the...
2014/08/07 10:30
2014/08/07 10:30
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While there's a brief reprieve in the conflict in Gaza between Israel and Palestine, the issue continues to heat up in South Africa. On Wednesday, Palestinian supporters met at the University of...
2014/08/06 10:31
2014/08/06 10:31
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South Africa: The ruling party's mismanagement of cities may relegate it to the rural backwaters The ruling African National Congress (ANC) risks relegation to rural party status for mismanaging many...
2014/08/06 09:34
2014/08/06 09:34
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Workmen clear away debris from a flattened Ford Cortina, one of the vehicles trapped under tons of cracked masonry when an earthquake struck Welkom in the 1970s. Johannesburg - An earthquake expert...
2014/08/06 09:03
2014/08/06 09:03
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Johannesburg - An expert says Tuesday's 5.5 magnitude earthquake in Orkney may have been caused by movements of the Earth’s crust in the Rift Valley in Ethiopia. Were you caught in the chaos? Send us...
2014/08/20 00:21
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