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Play Your Part by saving electricity

save electricity thumbEskom is urging South Africans to help save electricity. Follow these simple steps at home and at work to help make a difference.

World-class tech hub planned for Joburg

The Johannesburg Centre for Software Engineering at Wits University will open Tshimologong Precinct in downtown Jozi, where a "Robin Hood strategy" will operate – those who can pay will; those who cannot will be sponsored. It will be a vast space where people can collaborate and create new digital technology.

New technology hub for Braamfontein

Johannesburg inner city regeneration gets a boost as a new technology hub, TechinBraam, springs up, bringing remodelled green buildings and new business to the once derelict suburb.

Finding a place for female playwrights

Tackling the gender divide in theatre and performing arts is close to Mokgoro Ntshieng’s heart. The celebrated theatre doyenne is bent on bringing female theatre professionals to the forefront of the industry.

ConHill is preferred heritage destination

Constitution Hill, seat of the Constitutional Court and symbol of South Africa's journey, has been named Preferred Heritage Destination of the Year. It is an impressive complex, sitting atop Johannesburg, from where it centres the country's past, present and future.
Gandhi's memory lingers in South Africa

Art auction at Wits to dazzle

The Wits Art Museum holds an important collection of African art. The institution is set for an auction of top South African works, the proceeds of which will enable it to launch its own endowment fund for future education and events.
Chinese Girl under the hammer

The boy who sees in pictures

"Captain" Kgaugelo Mabjwe is one of eight students of the Umuzi Photo Club, based in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, who are currently exhibiting their work at the Gallery@Oxo on London's South Bank.
Nikon to nurture young photographers


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