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This week in 1994: Democracy 25

4 September 2019, 6:09 PM

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.

financial inclusivity

Calls for more effort to ensure sustainable financial inclusion

3 September 2019, 7:56 PM

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.

Jabulani Stanley Mahlangu

‘There is hope and there is no hope’

3 September 2019, 12:08 PM

Jabulani Stanley Mahlangu is from KwaNdebele in Mpumalanga and works as a security guard and caretaker.

Bill of Rights

Reflecting on South Africa’s Constitution

27 August 2019, 5:56 PM

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.

Rosaleen Elise Jantjies

‘I get very angry when people just sit around’

27 August 2019, 5:17 PM

Rosaleen Elise Jantjies got married at the young age and had seven children with her husband, Hendrik Natal.



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