Entrepreneur and veteran nurse Eldah Radebe is urging young people to be the agents of change in their communities and not shy away from careers in science, which are deemed difficult. Seeing a gap in the health sector, the 71-year-old opened a private clinic in Devland, Johannesburg.
We focus on the lifting of the State of Emergency in KwaZulu-Natal. The outgoing National Party (NP) government imposed the military law following escalated violence in the run-up to the historic 1994 general elections.
At least 90% of South Africans have access to financial products, whether through a bank account or insurance and funeral policies. Despite this however, calls remain for the country to do more to ensure sustainable inclusivity.
The end of apartheid in South Africa brought about hope and much expectation. Democratic South Africa is built on a Constitution that advocates for an equal and just society. This week, we look back at how the document has changed the face of a country once besieged by human rights abuse and oppression.
As the SABC continues to review 25 years of democracy, producer Lindiwe Mabena spoke to a former inmate Jackie Nhlapho for a first-hand account on the quality of life in the country’s jails.