The two bankrupt tea estates, Magwa and Majola, are a legacy of the former Transkei homeland’s agricultural schemes.
We are at the cusp of human advancement where research, development and innovation as well as information technology (ICT) are at the forefront of global economic growth.
ONCE in a while in human history there is an infectious disease outbreak. To a larger extent, through effective healthcare interventions, we find ways to contain or to cure humankind from such diseases.
THERE are signs of widespread erosion of trust in decision-making in key institutions. Last week the granting of medical parole came into the spotlight. The only person convicted of murdering Anni Dewani – Xolile Mngeni – died in prison.
A MONTH ago Gauteng members of the ANC held their provincial conference as usual every fourth year, but there was nothing usual about the 12th conference.
According to the Daily Dispatch of October 16, Chief Daludumo Mtirara stated that the Mandela family was shocked when Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela had worn mourning clothes during a cleansing ceremony (following Madiba’s passing) but they kept quiet because they did not want to embarrass her as an elderly woman.
The imminent screening of the new look Generations TV series, which has been off the air since its producer fired the cast last month, should sound an ominous knell for every black creative in South Africa.
Twenty years after South Africa gained freedom and democracy, the question is whether this freedom is for the urban population only or is it for both rural and urban populations?