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The simple palate of Nelson Mandela

As the world prepares to honour Nelson Mandela on his 94th birthday, Cadine Pillay wonders what meal would mean the most to the former statesman on this great day.
Madiba's life captured in art

Mandela deeds in motion

From a book drive to help underprivileged schools build libraries, to a marathon commemorating the 1962 arrest in the KwaZulu-Natal town of Howick, Mandela Day events are all the buzz.
• Schools to benefit for Mandela Day

Education at the movies

Movie theatre company Ster-Kinekor, in partnership with the US–based Cinema Park Network, has introduced an innovative way to educate young people through entertainment, by bringing the educational programmes of Cinema Park to South Africa.
• Innovative theatre for young minds

Embrace tattoos to fight cancer

For many, the thought of getting a tattoo is a scary one. For others, people with tattoos have a bizarre way of expressing themselves and do not have charitable traits. Capetonian Jordan Gray is changing that perception, all in the name of charity.
• Facelift for KZN children's hospital

Trio aspires to retain Hector legacy

To keep Hector Pieterson's legacy alive, young people must work hard at their goals to inspire a new generation of forward thinkers. This is the vision behind creators of the fashion label that the late student activist inspired.
• Protect and support each other

South Africa’s wine tourism, best in the world

South Africa's wine tourism has been rated the best-developed in the world by International Wine Review, one of the world's most influential opinion formers on wine.
SA winery scoops Chinese deal

Protect and support each other

Ahead of Youth Month 2012, veteran photojournalist Sam Nzima tells young South Africans to assume the strength and courage of their predecessors.
Playing a part to give youth a future

Let’s learn and honour Children’s Act

Child Protection Week, which started on Monday 28 May and was launched by President Jacob Zuma in the Northern Cape, is aimed at making all South Africans aware of their role in honouring children and the rights they should enjoy.
Spotlight on SA's street children

How does Mandela Day inspire you?

The recent launch of the annual International Mandela Day is a reminder to us all that giving to others requires little effort when you consider what the man did for the nation.
Schools to benefit for Mandela Day 

New wind farm for Oyster Bay

A wind farm project led by one of the world’s leading renewable energy experts will see at least 200 new jobs created in South Africa’s poorest province over the next four years.
• South Africa becoming a renewable energy hub


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