On the evening of 21 April last year, 25 days into the national lockdown, Veronicah Sehoke and her family were sitting in a tiny room that functions as a kitchen, a living room and a bedroom, eating their supper. Sehoke, who loves to cook, had prepared her favourite meal: pap and chicken feet. But instead...
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Alt-right extremist groups and a handful of personalities linked to last week’s storming of the U.S. Capitol building received a bitcoin donation worth about $522,000 one month before the D.C. siege, according to crypto tracing firm Chainalysis. Chainalysis explained in a Thursday blog post that an unnamed French blogger sent 28.15 BTC to 22 wallets...
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The light holders of society The South African public education system will collapse without the commitment and selflessness of its 400 000-strong teaching force. These were the words of Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga as she celebrated World Teachers’ Day on October 30 2020.  Held under the theme: “Teachers leading in crisis: re-imaging the future”,...
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Growing Seamless transport modes October is marked as Transport Month in South Africa. It is hosted by government to remind us just how vital an intermodal transport network via sea ports, roads, railways and airports is to our economy. While there are certainly challenges that need to be addressed, there is a great deal to...
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On September 24 the country celebrated Heritage Day. During the month of September many organisations and people will have used the time to celebrate the rich and diverse heritage in South Africa. We may have done this in a variety of ways: celebrating the different culinary traditions, rituals, song and dance. No doubt many of...
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The lifting of lockdown restrictions on the tourist industry after almost five months of closure could not have come at a better time, said Deputy Minister of Tourism Fish Mahlalela. He was speaking on Sunday, on the eve of the launch of tourism month in Cullinan, a small diamond town in Gauteng, 30 minutes’ drive...
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