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Feb-March 2017

When The Fourth Estate Meets The Fourth Industrial Revolution - I once spent an entire day in jail. This was as a news reporter covering a story on inmates turning entrepreneurs with their own brand of breads and biscuits they sold to stores outside ... Read more


Will Robotics Leave Africa Behind?
The world is taking great strides in robotics technology, but in Africa,In a continent where jobs are scarce, the prospect of machine over man is daunting...

What December Will Tell
Former African Union Commission chair Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has a critical year ahead as the ANC prepares to elect a new candidate to lead what promises to be a stormy election...

The Rainbow Nation’s Whites-Only Town
Separatism and seclusion in South Africa’s all-white enclave Orania, where an Afrikaner community keeps to itself. We make the crossover to discover their life behind the invisible walls...

Heroes Among Men
Two women showed extraordinary courage facing guns and gore as part of the South African mission in the Central African Republic in 2013. One risked her life saving the men around her, the other...

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Farewell To Romance
Jazz icon Thandi Klaasen, who embodied the artistic soul of Sophiatown, was given a fitting send-off by those who knew her silky voice.

Top 5 Trends for 2015
From smart cribs and virtual reality advertising to societal polarization and more determined women’s marches.

If I don’t sell a skirt, I don’t eat
There were many setbacks – a natural calamity that almost wiped out her store, an armed robbery at home and struggling businesses.

Mercy Or Monster?
The option of being able to die on your own splits opinion on ethical, legal and religious lines, often depending on personal judgment.

The Social Media Disconnect
Is social media to blame for making us unsatisfied with our lives and becoming narcissists?

Love Your Look
Rejig your work wardrobe with some creative twists and a little romance.

All the right moves
Capetonian Beverley Joffe is into belly-dancing and also owns a theater-restaurant that puts up its own shows.

Africa’s Billionaires
African billionaire fortunes have declined on the new FORBES list of the continents richest.


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