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Local award-winning Soweto string ensemble celebrates 20 years

Local award-winning Soweto string ensemble celebrates 20 years

Over the years, the Buskuid Soweto String Ensemble and Project has grown and has provided expert tuition to more than 125 youths in Diepkloof.

R1.23 billion injection hopes to assist Gauteng Health Department out of ICU

R1.23 billion injection hopes to assist Gauteng Health Department out of ICU

The Gauteng Department of Health is to receive a R 1.23 billion boost from the provincial government.

UCT students tackle queer identity in SA with new multimedia project

UCT students tackle queer identity in SA with new multimedia project

The Queer Me Out Project uses multiple media to look at limitations of language in forming queer identity.

Opinion: It's hard to be a good father in SA

Opinion: It's hard to be a good father in SA

Stephen Grootes reflects on the migrant labor system and how its affected father-child relationships.

Words you will hear today:  Stubborn as a mule-gabe

Words you will hear today: Stubborn as a mule-gabe

702 producer Khabazela (Jonathan Fairbairn) shares the latest addition to his dictionary.

[LISTEN] Retired Zimbabwean colonel shares his perspective on current 'coup'

[LISTEN] Retired Zimbabwean colonel shares his perspective on current 'coup'

Stephen speaks to Retired Lieutenant Colonel Martin Rupiya .

Zuma using his prerogative to show he's in charge: Karima Brown

Zuma using his prerogative to show he's in charge: Karima Brown

The President has denied his Cabinet reshuffles defy logic asserting his prerogative to make changes.

Why SA lost the Rugby World Cup bid: 'It is all about the money'

Why SA lost the Rugby World Cup bid: 'It is all about the money'

Stephen Grootes spoke to rugby writer and commentator Andy Capostagno.

No real legislation around transport of dead bodies - Funeral federation

No real legislation around transport of dead bodies - Funeral federation

Stephen spoke to Dr Lawrence Konyana to find out if there is legislation around transportation to carry dead bodies.