Huffington Post SA introduces indigenous offerings

The recent launch of The Huffington Post South Africa brings fresh perspective on how to produce news, politics, and lifestyle.

Speaking to Editor-in-Chief, Verashni Pillay, 702's Stephen Grootes finds out what we can expect from the publication.

Award-winning journalist, Asanda Magaqa's Xhosa blog is the first of many indigenous language offerings expected from bloggers.

Asanda was our first contributor in Xhosa and we're hoping to get a few more in other languages and we're very excited about this initiative.

Verashni Pillay, The Huffington Post SA

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South Africans are holistic people. You can be really interested in what's happening in the Hawks and still be interested in what's happening with your favourite TV presenter.

Verashni Pillay, The Huffington Post SA

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