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Features & Columns
Weather trends in Africa The quiet before the storm
From flash floods to tornadoes, South Africa has had its fair share of unpredictable weather recently. Mbalenhle Sibanoni asks if we should expect more of the same over the coming years.

05
Mar
2017

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Into The Future Innovation, activism and technology - get in on the action
These are some of the trends that have captivated the world in 2016 and will continue to boom in the new year.

05
Dec
2016

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Patriotism In A Rainbowless Nation As a nation we’re great storytellers with a deep heritage
It’s been said that whatever you focus on expands. If South Africa focuses on what we’re getting right, could we possibly change our country’s reputation?

05
Dec
2016

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The Kaya FM 67 KM relay for Mandela Day to be held in 2017 Press release
The Kaya FM 67KM Relay for Mandela Day has been rescheduled to 2017. The Relay will not be taking place in 2016.The corporate relay challenge in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation has been held in Johannesburg since 2013.

14
Sep
2016

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State of the arts Ones to watch
With the global gaze firmly fixed on African art, Palesa Madumo gives you the highlights of what to expect at this year’s FNB Joburg ArtFair.

02
Sep
2016

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Telling Tales Communicating history through dance
The Standard Bank Young Artist awards have inspired thousands of young creatives who attend the National Arts Festival. Themba Mbuli – one of the 2016 winners – speaks about the art of success.

20
Jul
2016

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It's A Jungle Out There! What did you call me?
“Anyone calls me a monkey, I’ll be hiding in the forest to ambush him ...” muttered Keeta.

17
Jul
2016

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Anti-Social Media Are We Allowing Social Media to Make us Narcissists?
With all the “connecting” we seem to be doing on a daily basis, and at time several times each hour; there is a school of thought that views social media as making humans less sociable.

08
Jul
2016

586 views
Time of the Reader Where South African literature is heading
In 2015, post-apartheid South Africa’s Rainbow Nation began to reckon with the question of decolonising the country’s colonial past and present. It was a turning point.

04
Jul
2016

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