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Zulu king and his cousin Buthelezi

This week in 1994: Democracy 25

18 September 2019, 6:06 PM

This week we focus on the day when King Goodwill Zwelithini and the Zulu Royal House cut ties with former IFP leader, Prince Mangusuthu Buthelezi. Buthelezi was the traditional prime minister at the time and the storming of the Enyokeni Palace by IFP supporters had sparked the bitter royal dispute.

‘Personally I have benefitted from democracy’

17 September 2019, 12:31 PM

Meshack Sono runs a small construction company at his home village of Barseba near Rustenburg in the North West.

SANDF members on protest

This week in 1994: Democracy 25

12 September 2019, 5:27 PM

On 9 September 1994, members of the South African army protested for the first time in history. Most of them were disgruntled former ANC guerrillas.

Mam'Eldah Radebe

Call for South Africans to be the change they want to see

10 September 2019, 7:18 PM

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.

Deseree Goodmann

‘We are suffering with pollution’

10 September 2019, 3:47 PM

Deseree Goodmann, from South Basin in Durban, lives with chronic asthma disease and is currently medically boarded.

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