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South African artistic talent goes global

Some of South Africa’s top artists will be representing the country at the 55th International Venice Biennale, one of the world’s most prestigious contemporary art exhibitions that takes place every two years in Italy.
ConCourt art tells SA’s story

Pecking order re-established in Northern Cape

A joint conservation initiative by South African National Parks and The Endangered Wildlife Trust has successfully reintroduced red-billed oxpeckers to the Mokala National Park in the Northern Cape, after an absence of more than half a century.
Protecting marine life with plastic

SAAF: working in war and peace

Aviation enthusiast Dean Wingrin’s new book brings to life the history of the South African Air Force through previously unpublished stories of heroism, duty and adventure, told from the perspectives of the people who served as members of the Air Force.
Yvonne urges women to aim high

Getting to know a different South Africa

Anyone who loves mountain biking should read endurance cyclist Kevin Davie’s new book, Freedom Rider. It provides just the inspiration you need to buy a map, plan a route and get on the saddle to explore South Africa’s remote and wide-open spaces.
Stellenbosch on a bicycle

Low-cost ultrasound for moms, babies

South African researchers have developed a low-cost Doppler ultrasound device, known as the Umbiflow, which will improve primary health care services for pregnant women.
South Africa leads in mHealth

Lagos, an ideal Monopoly city

Nigerian entrepreneur Nimi Akinkugbe's childhood fascination with board games led her to realise a lifelong dream of creating a Lagos edition of the international property trading board game, Monopoly. This is the first time the game has been customised for a city in Africa.
Board game makes Aids education fun

Gandhi’s memory lingers in South Africa

Sixty-five years ago today Mahatma Gandhi, one of the 20th century's great spiritual leaders, was assassinated in India, at the age of 78. Gandhi lived in South Africa for 21 years and it was here that his passive resistance philosophy was born.
A house of peace and simplicity

New fox species found at Malapa

South Africa’s renowned Malapa cave at the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage site in Gauteng has yielded yet another discovery – a two-million-year old previously unknown fossil fox.
Fossils tell the mammal story

Beautiful game open to women

A new non-profit organisation, Girls and Football South Africa, promises to kick down gender barriers in the beautiful game and give more South African women the opportunity to participate in Africa’s biggest sport.
Footballers give malaria the boot

Raising the profile of mental health

The University of Cape Town’s Alan J Flisher Centre for Public Mental Health is part of an international consortium of scientists that will work to improve treatment for mental health disorders in low-and middle-income countries.
Proactive approach to mental health


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