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A potential solution to poverty

A potential solution to poverty

Here are four related stories that may offer an insight to better address poverty.

'Nicolas Ninow's poem came from a place where it was about him and his survival'

'Nicolas Ninow's poem came from a place where it was about him and his survival'

Women and Men Against Child Abuse executive director Miranda Jordan says Ninow had no empathy for the victim.

 Not all police stations have been stocked with rape kits, says DA

Not all police stations have been stocked with rape kits, says DA

The party says Police Minister Bheki Cele missed his 14 October deadline.

 Staff morale and patient experience major focus in Gauteng health overhaul

Staff morale and patient experience major focus in Gauteng health overhaul

Gauteng Health MEC Dr Bandile Masuku joins Joanne Joseph to elaborate on his plans.

Matric exams disrupted due to load shedding

Matric exams disrupted due to load shedding

The Western Cape Education Department says 36 out of the 274 centres writing Computer Applications Technology were affected.

Where are all the whales? Lack of food to blame for dearth of southern rights

Where are all the whales? Lack of food to blame for dearth of southern rights

A survey of southern right whales off the Cape coast has counted just 200 in the area – the second-lowest figure since 1995.

Nobel prize winners using research to end poverty, have links to SA

The winners founded a global research lab that has offices in South Africa specifically aimed at beating youth unemployment.

South Africa quietly reclassifies 33 wild species as farm animals

South Africa quietly reclassifies 33 wild species as farm animals

Some of the endangered wildlife has now been listed as farming stock under key legislation that governs breeding.

How a local agribusiness opened doors for small-scale farmers to formal sector

How a local agribusiness opened doors for small-scale farmers to formal sector

Joanne Joseph spoke to Made with Rural's CEO Leeko Makoene.