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Kassa Ndirana

‘South Africa is an accepting society’

26 August 2019, 6:13 PM

Kassa Ndirana moved from Ethiopia to South Africa in 2001.

Clearance Maseko

‘There is a vast difference between then and now’

21 August 2019, 9:32 AM

Clearance Maseko from Kwamhlanga in Mpumalanga feels the government has made a difference for the better in the past 25 years.

Jackie Nhlapho

Prisons breed more brazen criminals: Former inmate

20 August 2019, 5:46 PM

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.

Vusi Silora

CEO urges South Africans to become entrepreneurs

19 August 2019, 6:09 PM

The Chief Executive Officer of a local skincare product, Vusi Silora, says that in the shrinking job market, South Africans should strive to become entrepreneurs rather than job-seekers.

Motaung laments lack of government support, opportunities

15 August 2019, 3:06 PM

Nthabiseng Motaung (22) from the Caleb Motshabi informal settlement in Bloemfontein is a sex worker. It’s the only way that Motaung can earn some money to look after herself, her children and her siblings. But all she really wants to do is to go back to school to get a proper education in order to improve her life.



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