Mdzananda Animal Clinic’s appeal for help gets positive response across city.
The glass supplier says it is heeding President Cyril Ramaphosa’s call to create new work opportunities for youth.
A children’s charity says the new laws will have dire consequences for orphans in our country.
Khoza claims Outa director and founder Wayne Duvenage is running an individual show.
Gender celebration day helps remind us where we come from, say activists.
The bronze statue was unveiled at the Cradle of Humankind heritage site in Magaliesburg, west of Johannesburg.

Society Drug epidemic overloads state social workers

They make a big difference to people’s lives, but the work is tough.

Society Until 1990, homosexuality was classified as a mental disorder

The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHTB) draws attention to the violence and discrimination experienced by the LGBT+ community.

Society Ward councillor slams govt over Alex unrest

Buang Jones of the Human Rights Commission said the EFF could be asked to answer to allegations that it ‘agitates’ people to occupy land in the area.

Society Commission berates Baleni for no-show at Alex inquiry

This was the second time the Gauteng office of the premier’s director-general failed to attend the inquiry, where she was expected to testify.

Society Farmers union TLU SA and police collaborate on rural safety

The revised Rural Safety Strategy comprises a Farm Safety Plan designed for farms to ensure a collective rapid response to safety issues.

Society About 46 young SA leaders off to US for Mandela Washington Fellowship

During the program, the young leaders will work to build mutual understanding between the United States and South Africa.

Society Record number of anti-LGBTQI+ attacks in France: report

The internet is found to be the leading place for the expression of LGBT-phobia in France.

Society From suicidal Christian preacher to happy traditional healer

And along the way Mkhulu Makhanya nearly lost his leg in a skiing incident in Europe with his Swiss girlfriend.

Society #NotInMyName ‘can’t authenticate sex claims against Bushiri’

Instead, it found ‘widespread attempts to blackmail Bushiri’ by among others politicians, law enforcement officers and church members.

Society SA still struggling 25 years after apartheid

We remain one of the most unequal countries in the world, held back by corruption and crime.

Society SA’s universities facing sexual assault crisis

Bread-and-butter issues, such as student accommodation and fees, have pushed gender-based violence aside.

Society Newcastle children swim in dangerous dam despite drownings

Two children have drowned, but that doesn’t stop these KwaZulu-Natal boys who have no pool to swim in.

Society Wits, residents clash over land… a gift 115 years ago

Residents say developing the land would deprive communities, especially Alexandra, of access to the educational facilities envisaged in the deed of gift.

Society Colonialism, apartheid brought xenophobia to SA – activists

But now the democratically elected government is implementing xenophobia institutionally, panellists agreed.




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