• Women and children left vulnerable in Mozambique

    Migration of men forces women to provide for families in Mozambique.
    • by African Times
    • 22 Days ago
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  • Why captors treated Bra Ike with respect

    In this new series, we will feature excerpts from Dr Tlou Setumu’s biography, The Life and Struggle of a Commander, of ANC and MK freedom fighter, stalwart and veteran, Isaac ‘Lesibe’ Maphoto, also known as Bra Ike.
    • by African Times
    • 26 Days ago
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  • South Africa’s cry to be rescued

    Our country will be bankrupt in our lifetime, writes Makhosi Khoza.
    • by African Times
    • 28 Days ago
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  • Ambition, partnership key to driving smart city adoption

    Despite negative perceptions around the rise in use of automation, artificial intelligence and other technologies, innovative implementation of ICT can not only improve the quality of life across a broad range of factors, but also improve workforce efficiency, and create new jobs in the process.
    • by African Times
    • 29 Days ago
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  • Aim to improve the quality of life in urban areas

    South Africa is faced with a massive task to ensure that its major cities are urbanised effectively as the country continues to face a major exodus of individuals migrating to bigger cities from rural areas in search of better employment opportunities.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 1 month ago
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  • Inkosi Mzilikazi: a brave, skilled warrior and a powerful ruler

    This series features the brave African warrior kings and queens who gallantly fought against colonial plunder. Here are the 18 featured southern Africa’s warrior leaders alphabetically: Bhambatha, Cetswhayo, Dingane, Hintsa, Lobengula, Makgoba, Makhado, Malebogo, Mankopane, Manthatisi, Modjadji, Mokopane, Moshoeshoe, Mzilikazi, Ngungunyane, Sekhukhune, Sekonyela and Shaka. In this instalment Inkosi Mzilikazi of the Matebele is featured with an excerpt from the book, Until Lions Document Their Heritage, by Dr Tlou Setumu.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 2 Months ago
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  •  South Africa bears the brunt of Zimbabwe’s comatose health sector

    The hospitalisation of Zimbabwean opposition leader and former Prime Minister, Morgan Tsvangirai, in South Africa mirrors the collapse of Zimbabwe’s once esteemed health system.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 2 Months ago
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  • Snowy Kennedy-Monyemoratho’s mammoth failure

    Snowy Kennedy-Monyemoratho, chairperson of Scopa, seems to take pride in betraying the good work her counterparts are doing, writes Piet Rampedi.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 3 Months ago
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  • Kgosi Moshoeshoe: a wise and diplomatic leader, writes Dr Tlou Setumu

    In this instalment Kgosi Moshoeshoe of the Basotho is featured with an excerpt from the book, Until Lions Document Their Heritage, by Dr Tlou Setumu.
    • by African Times
    • 3 Months ago
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  • When religion and culture collided: killed for for choosing baptism

    Manche Masemola may have predicted that she would be “baptised” in her own blood. The 15-yearold teenager of Ga-Marishane, Limpopo, was killed and buried by her parents in 1928.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 3 Months ago
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