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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: UPL is not trying to evade its legal responsibilities resulting from the arson attack on Cornubia warehouse

Contrary to statements reportedly made by KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Ravi Pillay, about UPL South Africa, the company has approached the appeal process in a…

Covid Op-ed: From asking to nudging: Urgent pragmatic roll out of vaccine passports required now

The government needs to pragmatically implement vaccination regulations in South Africa this week before the holidays begin. Proof of vaccination should at least be required for all public transport, restaurants,…

Belarus: Belarus says it will retaliate against sanctions, faces “unprecedented pressure”

MOSCOW, Dec 3 (Reuters) – Belarus said it would retaliate after the United States and its allies imposed sanctions against dozens of individuals and entities there, and it complained that…

PODCAST REVIEW: This week we’re listening to: How the truth can set you free

Do you have a secret? This week’s podcast is all about the stories that no one ever tells.

FINDING FOOD: Hunter-gatherer foraging in the urban jungle

The coastline holds an abundance of edibles that can be foraged to turn into delectable fare for the dinner table. Restaurants like Stirlings in Nieu-Bethesda and Wolfgat on the West…

SMALL SCREEN: Keep an eye out: The fourth ‘Matrix’, a Brexit biopic, an apocalyptic political satire, and much more

Maverick Life’s pick of films and series to look out for in December 2021 in theatres, and on Netflix, Showmax and Britbox.

Reflections on Hichilema’s first 100 days in office – GGA Webinar

Is Zambian president Hakainde Hichilema showing signs of making good on his campaign promises? The post Reflections on Hichilema’s first 100 days in office – GGA Webinar appeared first on…

Designer Abloh opened the door for Africa fashion

Abloh, who died on Sunday, was the first major black designer to be recognised in an industry often criticised for its lack of diversity The post Designer Abloh opened the…

The Portfolio: Celebrating a great year in African writing

Brittle Paper’s 50 Notable African Books is the product of extensive year-round reportage The post The Portfolio: Celebrating a great year in African writing appeared first on The Mail &…

World AIDS Day

For an effective resolution, the inequalities fuelling both HIV and Covid-19 must be tackled head on The post World AIDS Day appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.