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How well does working from home actually work?

In an effort to gain insight on the relevance of working from the office — seven months into the pandemic — DispatchLIVE spoke to employees in different sectors.

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SA lags in understanding role of service dogs for people who are ...

For Gonubie resident 19-year-old Kayleen Dryer, something as simple as going to the supermarket has been a frustrating and daunting experience for ...

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Entertainment finds its new stage

Much like other sectors, the SA entertainment industry has had to reinvent itself to keep going in a world dictated by strict hygiene protocols and ...

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Love will always find a way

The local wedding industry, like many other sectors, has been shaken to the core by the Covid-19 pandemic and its stringent regulations. With wedding cancellations and postponements becoming the norm, many small entrepreneurs in the field have ...
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Lockdown loo project lightens burden in informal ...

A quarter of the population in Buffalo City Metro (BCM) live in informal settlement communities where they share water and sanitation facilities such as toilets and taps. Sharing toilets that are dirty and broken increases the threat of ...
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Eastern Cape’s ‘terrorists’ prominent in new book

The Eastern Cape features prominently in a revelatory new book delving into the contents of the apartheid state's ...

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How to cope with a husband’s sudden loss of income

The financial impact of the coronavirus is being felt globally across industries as many companies and small businesses ...

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World spotlight on SA student’s painful story of dad’s terminal illness

Kayleigh Gemmell’s ‘highly personal’ animated doccie has been chosen for in an international film festival

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'Culture must not stand in God's way'

While it takes young black men months or even years to save for lobola — the price traditionally paid in cattle for a ...

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WSU art students fill gallery with work

For 11Walter Sisulu University fine art students, what started off as a written research project on individual ...

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WATCH | A week in the shoes of the homeless

Brian Francis, 42, spent time living on East London's streets disguised as a homeless man in an effort to raise ...

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Unique EC villages a delight

Bathurst is a quirky little place. Situated on the R67 between Port Alfred and Makhanda, it is full of smiling faces, ...

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Of angels and doodles

After 20 years of working as a trimmings designer, Kidd’s Beach resident Janine Matthew took the plunge and started ...

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WATCH | Hogsback recharges batteries

I had to pray three times before abseiling for the first time – twice before I put on my safety gear and once as I ...

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Jazz maestro Marsalis in hat for future Makhanda fest

 Jazz great Wynton Marsalis may be on the line-up of a future edition of the Standard Bank National Jazz Festival in ...

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Recognising SA’s jazz narrative

 Kwazulu-Natal-born jazz fundi Nduduzo Makhathini, now permanently resident in the Eastern Cape, is on the cusp of an ...

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Designer responds to gender violence

A self-taught fashion designer, who participated in the East London Fashion Week last weekend, presented the #AmINext ...

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If the glass still fits

Antique dealer David Glick is the first to admit that his profession can have something of a stuffy image. However, if ...

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Youth lifeguards put PSJ on map

A group of unemployed rural youths from Port St John’s is slowly putting the “crown jewel of the Eastern Cape” on the ...

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Author honours scientist

“A story worth telling – a fairytale that is stranger than fiction that needed to be recorded for future generations.”

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