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2014/09/22 06:29
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Rwanda students in the University of Johannesburg in South Africa won the first prize during the annual cultural performance organised on heritage day. Rwanda came 3rd last year. This year 25...
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2014/09/21 23:21
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NONDUMISO ZWANE The Gauteng infrastructure development department will spend R600m over the next three years to ensure efficiency and to attract the best talent in the engineering and construction...
2014/09/21 09:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSThe decline of skilled employment for black Africans points to the difficulties they experience in obtaining something their white counterparts take for granted a fair chance....
2014/09/19 11:03
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... forgotten transport infrastructure of Non-Motorized Transport” The problems resulting from transport externalities have become a world-wide contested concern. It is evident that Motorized...
2014/09/18 00:22
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Service delivery in municipalities is expected to top the agenda during the Presidential Local Government Summit in Midrand today. President Jacob Zuma is scheduled to set the tone for the summit...
2014/09/17 09:23
2014/09/17 09:23
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Over the past 15 years that I have interviewed or had informal interactions with continental music icon Oliver Mtukudzi, every interview has come with its own unique butterflies. So when the...
2014/09/17 06:15
2014/09/17 06:15
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The recent kicking to death of two chickens by matric pupils at a Johannesburg school, and the use of the dead animals to scare other children, has highlighted the urgent need to address school...
2014/09/16 10:34
2014/09/16 10:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSWits University expects the number of first-year applications to reach 50 000 by the end of this month and can only accept 5 500. File photo: Motshwari Mofokeng Johannesburg -...
2014/09/15 11:15
2014/09/15 11:15
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Student leaders at the Tshwane University of Technology will take university management to court as part of their on-going protest against funding. They claim the university has failed to properly...
2014/09/14 23:21
2014/09/14 23:21
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Russel Molefe Poor academic performance and threats of physical violence are becoming common across the country as school governing bodies and principals continue to engage in bitter fights over the...
2014/09/12 10:15
2014/09/12 10:15
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The City of Cape Town’s Mayco Member for Safety and Security JP Smith, said in a meeting with the police last week that the City aims to test drones within the next two months. In an interview with...
2014/09/12 06:29
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Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi was full of praise for South African counterpart and music legend Hugh "Bra Hugh" Masekela, saying the trumpeter was proud of his African identity. In his inaugural lecture...
2014/09/10 13:30
2014/09/10 13:30
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The Berlin Literary Festival's (BLF) "Liberty and Recognition for Edward Snowden" worldwide reading was supported by two events in South Africa at the AVA Gallery and Kalk Bay Bookshop (under the...
2014/09/10 11:15
2014/09/10 11:15
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Reading the history of a political organisation is an exercise in reading against powerful official narratives – powerful both in their capacity to tell a story and in their rootedness in the hearts...
2014/09/10 00:21
2014/09/10 00:21
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RAPHAEL WOLF Physical education must be accorded its rightful place in all schools as a health tool for learners and as a stand-alone subject in the education curriculum, says a delegate who attended...
2014/09/09 23:21
2014/09/09 23:21
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MAHLATSE MPHAHLELE And then there were two. University of Pretoria will defend their Varsity Cup crown taking on the University of Johannesburg (UJ) in a Gauteng derby in Soweto on Monday. Tuks...
2014/09/09 06:15
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In the opening session of this year’s Mail & Guardian Literary Festival, journalist Maureen Isaacson spelled out the basis of her friendship with the late Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer: “Never...
2014/09/08 10:31
2014/09/08 10:31
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Another 'given' that shines through in so much of what passes for economics journalism is that growth is assumed, unproblematically, to lead to redistribution. In reality, though, growth rarely...
2014/09/08 08:23
2014/09/08 08:23
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Itumeleng Mafisa Sowetans celebrated 20 years of democracy in style at the Soweto Wine and Lifestyle show at the University of Johannesburg at the weekend. Hundreds of township residents attended the...
2014/09/07 08:15
2014/09/07 08:15
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The first day of a three-week visit to South Africa in August began badly: I read an article in the New Age by Jane Duncan, professor of journalism at the University of Johannesburg, in which she...
2014/09/22 06:29
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