We expose Joburg prison’s B-section facility’s seeming failure to care for its sick inmates in ‘Double Standards’. Ruling by Fear; Bitter Harvest and Short Changed part 2 can also be viewed here.
As we celebrate Heritage Day, Aphiwe Honono looks at how an interracial family defines culture and heritage.
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South Africa is ready for the Rio+20 conference scheduled to take place on the 20-22 June 2012.
The discussion on developing ‘Smart’ cities in an African context focused on case studies presented by local and international delegates.
On April 30, 2012, the ANC confirmed the passing of Sicelo Shiceka, 45. ANC spokesperson, Keith Khoza, said Shiceka passed away at St Mary’s Private Hospital in Umthatha, in the Eastern Cape.
Civil society representatives in Durban, in conjunction with COP 17 deliberations, have vowed to host peaceful protests during the course of the Durban talks.
Instead of offering just a talk shop and making noises about climate change, Greenpeace Africa maintains that their take is to offer solutions. And their Use Me campaign speaks volumes.
The core of the struggle is between the country’s environmental and social health, writes Tristen Taylor.
In the wake of COP17, Wits University will launch a R28-million Global Change and Sustainability Research Institute tomorrow, Tuesday, 8 November 2011.