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Loyiso Basso Left Gang Life to Open a Restaurant in Khayelitsha, South Africa

Loyiso Basso says he left a life of drugs and crime after he realised he was wasting his life and making his mother suffer....

The Army is Being Used to Fight Cape Town’s Gangs. Why it’s a Bad...

Following the latest spate of murders on the notorious Cape Flats in the Cape Town, the South African government has decided to send in...

SA ‘EXPAT TAX’ Explained: More Answers for South Africans Working Abroad from the Experts

Thanks to popular demand, here are even more 'Expat Tax' questions submitted by SAPeople members, with answers kindly provided by the expert tax team...

South African Seafarers on SARS’ Radar

As most know by now, SARS is grappling to increase revenue for their coffers, looking to South Africans who earn foreign income to subsidise...

5 Ways to be a Responsible Wildlife Tourist

Imagine walking through a lush tropical forest. You hear a rustle overhead, and a half-eaten fruit plops onto the trail. You lock eyes with...

Billions in Mining Royalties Intended for the Poor Squandered, Stolen or Diverted

Billions in mining royalties intended to uplift poor communities are potentially being squandered, stolen or diverted due to in-fighting and maladministration of these funds. That’s...

Wake Up Sunny South Africa – Our Kids Need You

I am always the first to defend South Africa... writes Yaffa Abadi. It has happened countless times. I sit around a Shabbat dinner and...

Letters From Zimbabwe: “We Are Hurting, But We Remain Hopeful”

The people in Zimbabwe are hurting right now because we love this place so much and we can’t bear to see it like this......

Ramaphosa Has Invoked Either Fear or Cynicism: Both Are Off the Mark

Throughout the world, people who follow politics are fixating on leaders. South Africa follows the trend and so President Cyril Ramaphosa has become an...

“We Close The Doors When The Gangs Are Shooting Outside” – Manenberg Library, South...

Multi-coloured balloons, knitting wool and the sound of children chattering filled the Manenberg Library, Cape Town, on Wednesday morning. The suburb has been plagued by...

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