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March 2017




The Bullets And Bombs That Couldnít Kill An Industry -The peaceful blue skies over the gold reefs and mines of Johannesburg were not always so; 95 years ago they were red with war. Planes dropped bombs from the blue, artillery shelled suburban houses... Read more



 

ĎAs Long As They Donít Put A Bullet On My Forehead I Wonít Stop
Here is an entrepreneur who spent 27 years fighting for one building. Richard Maponya, a fighting entrepreneur who drove Nelson Mandela in his first days of freedom...


Beware, Itís Chile Out There
African mining shindig rolled into Cape Town on a wave of optimism that hit the beach amid conflict, fear, loathing, and banter...


Anger Over This Mine That Became A Tomb
Itís been a year since three workers were trapped in a collapsed mine. Desperate family want answers...


Rubbish. Bugs. Profit.
For the people of Cape Town, waste is a dirty business and they are running out of space for it. A bunch of guys are turning this problem into profit...

 
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Why The Richest And Most Powerful Go To Davos
What drives thousands of people each year to a small alpine town in Switzerland to live out Professor Klaus Schwabís dream, who founded the forum in 1971?


Ghana At 60
On March 6, itíll be 60 years since Ghana became independent; one of the first on the continent to go it alone. This diamond jubilee has drawn mixed feelings.


Slaves To Survival
They battle with the blazing sun, the drenching rain or the bitter cold, to do what most in Johannesburg are unwilling to do Ė recycle waste.


A Court Case Is In The Wind
The problem is Africaís biggest power producer is blowing hot and cold. Renewable energy producers are angry at being left in limbo for years and could go to court.


The Sound Of A BOOMING BUSINESS
Wanting a good sound system, and looking to impress girls, Tshepo Sedumo designed his own boombox. It is music to his ears, and money in his pocket.


HUH? Say that again?
Hundreds of millions of people around the world have lost their hearing. In Africa, Dirk Koekemoer wants to help by getting them to sit in the shade of a tree.


The Young Rebel With A Cause That Shone Through TEARS AND VIOLENCE
Youngest political prisoner, at the age of 14, and the second highest judge in post-apartheid South Africa.


Unfancied lions roar loudest
When an Africa Cup of Nations comes around, expect the unexpected. This yearís edition in Gabon defied the predictions.


 

 
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