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April/May 2017

Land Of A Thousand Records... I hardly use my office desk in Kigali; there’s more tangible, meaningful content to be found on the verdant slopes of Rwanda’s thousand hills than on the regurgitated pages of the online world. Up the winding road... Read more


Doctor. Entrepreneur. All-Rounder
Bitten by police dogs and arrested, robbed at gunpoint. As a businesswoman, she acquired an MBA in her 40s and a doctorate in her 50s. Her life has been quite eventful so far...

‘Music Is A Disease’
Dorothy Masuka may be in her 80s, but age has not diminished her energy on stage or off it. Also vocal about oppression, singing is her life, and this globetrotter will do it until her last breath...

Wombs For Sale: Africa’s Baby Factories
In Africa – the surrogacy industry that involves fortunes spent on hiring wombs and thriving off the emotions of aspiring parents...

Coming Out Of Daddy’s Shadow
Decade since Chris Hani’s death. His daughter Lindiwe, only 12 at the time, ended up an alcohol and drug addict. In a new tell-all memoir, she talks about her father’s assassination...

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Vulnerable, Neglected And Dead
In February, the deaths of over 100 psychiatric patients grabbed headlines in South Africa. Are efforts being taken to ensure this does not happen, again?

Gloom, Growth And The New World Order
Global prospects with international economist Dambisa Moyo in Cape Town.

Daughters of the Soweto Soil
Lesego Seloane and Dinah Kgeledi are in the business of creating dreamy gardens for homes and green lungs in public spaces.

The Knitwear Designer Who Learned From A Chicken Farmer
Laduma Ngxokolo dug into his rich tapestry of experiences to fashion his meteoric rise to fame.

A life that could fill ten episodes of a soap opera
She was abandoned, tracked and sold by her mother into prostitution in France at the age of 14. She lived in foster homes, a subway station and refugee centers.

From Death Comes Life
Organ donation is not something we think about until we need it ourselves. For some it’s the difference between living and dying and consumes their thoughts every day.

Not iPads, They Want Pads
Girls in semi-urban Africa who cannot afford sanitary pads resort to unhygienic methods, missing out on school.

The Fast And Furious Of Nairobi’s Roads
In Kenya, where about half the population uses public transport, matatus rule the roads creating chaos and congestion...


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