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The story behind the murder
of anti-mining activist, Fikile Ntshangase

Fikile Ntshangase will be buried tomorrow.  Roving Reporters looks into the background to her murder last Thursday evening. Mine boss links the killing and other recent incidents of violence and

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Roller coaster ride into learners’ Covid-19 experiences
and hopes for the future

As Covid-19 continues to impact on communities across the globe, Roving Reporters journalism-themed writing project,  Life After Covid – The Future We Want, has highlighted extreme challenges faced by educators

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Fikile Ntshangase opposed a mine extension. Now she has been murdered

Violence on border of iMfolozi-Hluhluwe Game Park linked to fears of mass retrenchments Fikile Ntshangase, a vocal opponent of plans to extend the Somkhele coal mine, was murdered in her

The Future We Want

We must build a new Africa on foundation of respect

FOR quite some time, I have been wondering how we are going to redefine the way we interact with each other in this new world, writes Francois du Toit. Not

Coronavirus Chronicles

Covid-19 has not dampened a young girl’s joyous spirit

We managed to end apartheid and survived HIV and AIDS. What will stop us from overcoming Covid-19? asks 12-year-old, Iviwe Blaai, a Grade 7 learner at Ithuba Wild Coast Community

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Pandemic poet chimes with the times

Fatima Khan explores the genesis of the poem, “We fell asleep in one world and woke in another”,which went viral in the wake of Covid-19.

Coronavirus Chronicles Training

What future do we want post Covid-19?

After the Covid-19 pandemic, will everything return to how it was before – or will we change how we live in the future? Will we realise the need to make

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Zululand pangolin project launched

. . . where the species became locally extinct 70 years ago

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“We must get 30% of earth’s natural resources protected by 2030”

The world is paying a heavy price for the exploitation of wild species and wild places, deforestation, uncontrolled expansion of agriculture, intensification of farming, and infrastructure development, says Chris Galliers,

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Conservation awards shed light on success stories

Winners of the Africa’s prestigious 2020 Rhino Conservation Awards have been officially announced online by Love Africa Marketing to celebrate the people and organisations who work constantly to reduce the