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Cape Town Tennis Academy is Changing Lives – and Making Champions

Before he arrived at the Anthony Harris Tennis Academy in 2016, Mikaeel Woodman learned to play with his father at the Mitchells Plain Tennis...

Young South Africans Upbeat Despite Broken Promises and Poor Odds

There is no doubt that young people in South Africa face a myriad of problems: high unemployment, poor educational outcomes, various forms of poverty,...

South Africans Prefer Their Children to be Taught in English

English is only one of 11 official languages spoken in South Africa. It’s currently the preferred language of education and is used in many...

Petrol Price to Go Up on Wednesday for South African Motorists

Cash-strapped consumers will have to dig even deeper into their pockets as the price of petrol is set to increase by 18 cents a...

Carte Blanche: “We Won’t Back Down!” Plus South African Rodeo

In Sunday's special 90-minute extended broadcast Carte Blanche revisits several stories of corruption and dodgy deals from the last year to find out if...

Gauteng Police Vow to Weed out Corrupt Officers

Gauteng Police Commissioner Lieutenant General Elias Mawela has reaffirmed his commitment to root out police corruption, which is said to be stifling crime fighting...

Cape Town’s Rivers are Open Streams of Sewage, Yet the City is Not Spending...

Some of Cape Town’s rivers and canals are so polluted they are essentially open streams of sewage, and although the City of Cape Town...

DA Requests Answers on Whereabouts of ‘Zuma’s Top Spy’, Thulani Dlomo

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has written to the Ministers of State Security, Ayanda Dlolo, and International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO), Naledi Pandor, to urgently...

Tannie Poppie, SA’s Roadside ‘Roosterbrood’ Master, is on Her Way to Italy!

With over R102,000 raised and many hearts captured, Tannie Poppie is finally making her way to Italy where she will prepare her famous 'roosterkoek'...

Good and Bad Ideas for Reducing Violence in South Africa

We were making progress until 2011. So what happened? Uyinene Mrwetyana’s murder set off a wave of protests across the country. The release of the...

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