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A Critique Of The Media Is Not Automatically An Attack On...

COMMENT Dreams of Smart Cities, mass retrenchments, young people in cabinet and National Assembly, growth for the Economic Freedom...

2019 National Elections: Everything You Need To Know

South Africans will go to the polls on 8 May 2019 to elect a new parliament.  Here's everything you need to know about participating...

State capture and security problems are to blame for CT train...

Metrorail Cape Town has been plagued by many problems of late. On Monday, several trains were cancelled on the central line, leaving thousands of...

Elections Live Blog (10/05)

Welcome to the third day of The Daily Vox’s elections live blog. We’re bringing you live updates as votes are counted. We’ll...

Practising empathy through protest and debunking the myth that issues...

April 7 was a day of national protest in South Africa. After President Jacob Zuma fired the finance minister, along with nine others, and...

Sexual Health: Here’s Why You Need To Invest In PrEP

South Africa is one of the many countries facing an HIV/Aids pandemic with a prevalence rate of about 12.8% of the total of the...

Why Durban’s Beaches Are Vanishing

The Durban beachfront is one of South Africa’s most iconic attractions. The kilometers-long promenade, sandy beaches, and warm Indian ocean makes it a popular...

Maytha Alhassen And Natalia Molebatsi On Afro-Palestinian Solidarity

“We have to speak about our solidarity with the people of Palestine. It is urgent and it is important,” South African poet and writer...

Cameroon: Calls For UN Investigation Into Human Rights Abuses

Ongoing violence in the Southwest and Northwest Regions of Cameroon continues. A refugee crisis threatens. The United Nations (UN) refugee agency reported more than...

Doornfontein Building Collapse: City Can’t Escape Safe Housing Responsibility, SERI Says

On Monday 9 April, an abandoned building that housed families at 39 to 41 Davies Street in Doornfontein partially collapsed. The collapse killed three...

Why are the doors of higher learning still closed to young...

More white and Indian kids are going on to higher education today than 12 years ago, but for black and coloured kids, it’s still...

Elections Live Blog (08/05)

Welcome to The Daily Vox elections live blog. We’re bringing you live updates on what is happening on the ground in places...

Journos Under Surveillance Threat, R2K Report Reveals

On Wednesday, civil society Right 2 Know (R2K) launched a report titled SPOOKED: Surveillance of Journalists in SA. The report looks at the growing...

Mashaba points finger at civil society: #JhbFire ‘was bound to happen’

Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has once again shown anti-poor sentiment, this time in the wake of the devastating fire at the Cape York building in...

Malema: ‘It is done, the country is captured – now is...

At the Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) press conference on Friday, Commander in Chief Julius Malema rejected Jacob zuma’s midnight cabinet reshuffle. Malema spoke emphatically...

#BloodFriday: Coloured Community Say They Are Tired Of Suffering

It was the death of Heather Peterson, a 45-year-old woman from Westbury that sparked the widespread protests amongst the coloured communities in Gauteng. Peterson...

“It doesn’t make sense to have a house worth a million...

Opposition parties in KwaZulu-Natal have questioned the provincial government’s decision to set aside R15 million to build houses for four tribal chiefs. This, after...

Youth Confident EFF Will Be Triumphant In 2019 Elections

The Economic Freedom Fighters are flourishing on university campuses across South Africa, according to the leader Julius Malema. The organisation’s student structures are making...

On reading Ramaphosa: The Man Who Would Be King

Cyril Ramaphosa is the man of the moment, no matter how hard most of us wish he weren’t. The national conference of the African...

Here’s Why SA Did Not Sign The Africa Free Trade Deal...

Earlier this month, African leaders gathered in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, to sign an agreement which could have huge implications for commerce and...
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