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Two decades ago, when a young, feisty woman from a tiny Limpopo village was diagnosed with HIV, she was forced to reckon with more than just her own mortality. Her biggest fear, greater than the threat to her life HIV posed, was that she wouldn’t be able to provide for her family.  So Yvette Alta […]

Q&A Sessions: Frank Chikane on th...

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South Africa’s cities opt for clean e...

Twenty years ago, the role of South Africa’s cities in the sustainable energy transition and the scale of their energy consumption was unknown. Today, they’re at the forefront of changing the country’s energy demands and carbon emissions profiles. “We’ve been in this sphere for 20 years when cities didn’t really know how to manage and […]

Gordhan tells Zondo how Moyane wanted...

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan on Monday told the Zondo commission he had no knowledge of former South African Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner Tom Moyane’s motives for prompting criminal charges against him in 2015, but he has a personal reason to feel it was part of an attempt to capture the treasury. Gordhan also conceded […]

Exclusive: Top-secret testimonies imp...

For years, UN investigators secretly compiled evidence that implicated Rwandan President Paul Kagame and other high-level officials in mass killings before, during and after the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The explosive evidence came from Tutsi soldiers who broke with the regime and risked their lives to expose what they knew. Their sworn testimony to a UN […]

Uphill battle but Tehran aims to beco...

One sunny day, Tehran’s mayor and foreign diplomats rode bicycles through the Iranian capital to promote cycling — no mean feat in a city of steep roads, heavy traffic and toxic fumes. The metropolis of more than eight million people is choked with vehicles running on subsidised fuel and has limited infrastructure for alternative modes […]

The Portfolio: Antony Kaminju

Under the theme “lockdown diary, a photographic journey”, I have been calling on a few friends to find out how they are coping and documenting the interaction.  Curiosity led me to Sifiso Ntuli, co-owner of the Roving Bantu Kitchen in Brixton. Before lockdown, the Roving Bantu was a vibrant meeting place that offered live music, […]

Cryptic Crossword 260 – November 27

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Huawei Cloud’s Year-End Sales Carniva...

Huawei is thanking its customers for supporting Huawei Cloud in 2020 by hosting a Year-End Sales Carnival with huge discounts on cloud services. From now until 10 December, big deals will be available on cloud compute, network, storage and security services. In addition to the service discounts, enterprise customers will also be offered special coupons and other […]

27 November 2020

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