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A thousand South African voices against gender violence

An Open Government Partnership initiative will see the A Thousand Voices Against Abuse organisation work with the South African government to tackle gender violence through public and private sector collaboration.
Speaking out against abuse

South Africa drives Africa’s internet traffic

More than half of Africa's internet traffic is driven by South African business, but the country still lags in internet penetration. However, with growing mobile connectivity, it will soon catch up with the rest of the continent, making Africa an internet powerhouse.
Entrepreneur builds internet empire

Petroleum industry sees black women making strides

Local liquid fuel concern Econ Oil has opened South Africa’s first black female-owned plant. A direct beneficiary of energy parastatal Eskom’s efforts to democratise the sector, the company leads in an industry dominated by multinationals.
Transport investment a must

Motseng Cultural Village: a place in the sun

Sun City's Motseng Cultural Village pays tribute to South Africa's eight indigenous peoples through song, dance, praise poetry and art, and immerses visitors in the living traditions of a land steeped in history.
South Africa's tourist highlights

Social participation key to efficient cities

The 2013 Metropolis Annual Meeting brought together more than 80 mayors from around the world to discuss ways of overcoming challenges such as poverty and informal housing.
• Revamping Gauteng’s freeways

Mandela posters show world’s respect

Among the many tributes to former president Nelson Mandela is a poster art project started by two South African designers. Instead of the 95 entries they hoped for, they got 700.
Liliesleaf remembered 50 years on

Liliesleaf remembered 50 years on

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the raid on Liliesleaf Farm – the day that South African police swooped on the hideout of key members of the African National Congress's struggle against apartheid.
From Liliesleaf to Robben Island

Olympics of maths coming to SA

World-class high-school maths is coming to Africa, with South Africa chosen to host the prestigious International Mathematical Olympiad in 2014 – the first time this 55-year-old competition, the oldest of all science olympiads, will be held on African soil.
Maths, science teaching gets boost

African film takes centre stage at Fespaco

African filmmakers and film lovers have gathered in the small city of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso for Fespaco, the largest Pan-African film festival on the continent, now in its 40th year. MediaClubSouthAfrica.com journalist Khanyi Magubane is there.

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