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Rape respects neither age nor gender – victims can be helpless babies or defenceless elders. Its prevalence in South African has prompted a high-level response from government.

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Something beautiful has emerged from the bleak township of Vrygrond near Muizenberg in southern Cape Town. Standing proudly along the M5 running past the township is a spectacular artwork called...

Running a business of enhancing people’s beauty is also about boosting their confidence and making them feel good about themselves.

This is according to Beauty Sandt, who is the founder...

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is cracking down on corruption in the public sector with the successful prosecution of 210 government officials for corruption-related cases.

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While some might take up boxing because of their passion for the sport or the adrenaline rush it gives, Matshidiso ‘Scorpion Queen’ Mokebisi said becoming a boxer saved her from a life of...

South Africa is committed to a united, comprehensive and effective response to gender-based violence and femicide (GBVF). As government we have called on all sectors of society to join the fight against GBVF. We have also stepped up government
Nearly 10 years of tertiary study and a passion for physical science earned Dr Rendani Nndanganeni (33) her dream job as a space science researcher at the South African National Space Agency (SANSA). SANSA is a government agency that reports to
Banyana Banyana’s effort at the Fifa World Cup is inspiring a new generation of women to get into the sport. This is according to Banyana Banyana captain Janine van Wyk (32), who has played for the team for the past 14 years. “
President Cyril Ramaphosa is inviting deserving South Africans to nominate people from all walks of life to be bestowed with National Orders. National Orders are the country’s highest honours to South Africans and eminent foreign nationals
With some 82 000 learners between the ages of 14 and 19 having fallen pregnant in 2017 alone, South Africa is pinning its hopes on a social and behaviour change campaign to curb early and unplanned teen pregnancies. Known as the “Let’
All sexually active women and those over 25 must have a Pap smear done at least once every three years to screen for cervical cancer, the second most common cancer in South African women. A Pap smear is a quick, painless test done by a doctor or

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