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‘Yahamba Mfethu?’ No More In Durban As Conductors Are Dismissed

The conductors in the taxi ranks in the Durban CBD taxis are popular for their energetic calls to passengers, especially the phrase ‘Yahamba Mfethu’,...

#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’s International Coffee Day! 5 Hot Facts About Coffee

October 1 marks International Coffee Day. It’s the day where caffeine lovers around the world can proudly celebrate their love of the popular drink....

Univen Students Shutdown Campus Over NSFAS Problems

The shutdown at the University of Venda (Univen) continues even as the university announces academic activities will resume August 13. For the past week...

Pretoria Shutdown As Women And GNC People March Against GBV

On Wednesday, thousands of women and gender-nonconforming people took to the streets around Southern Africa. They were marching against the scourge of gender-based violence...

SAFA Says No Truth To Banyana Bonus Report

Banyana Banyana and the South African Football Association are reportedly in a dispute over the payment of bonuses to the women's team. However, SAFA...

World Cup Brings Recognition of San And Khoi Languages To The...

Football is bringing awareness to the existence and plight of Khoi and San communities in South Africa. At the beginning of the month, SABC...

Help The Homeless Keep Warm This Winter

Winter is just a few days away, and we have all seen homeless people in our areas and neighbourhoods. According to the Human Sciences...

NORBA: Government To blame For Local Xenophobic Tensions

The Northern Businesses Associations (NORBA) has blamed the ongoing tensions between local and foreign nationals shopkeepers on the government. This, following a meeting was...

8 Organisations Fighting Gender-Based Violence

Gender-based violence is a scourge facing South African women. A 2016 Stats SA and South African Medical Research Council survey shows that one in...

Bus Strike: Long Distance Commuters Bear The Consequences At Park Station

It is roughly about 30 minutes after six on a Monday evening at Park Station Johannesburg. Abeba*, a woman in her late twenties, waits...

“I Did Not Expect So Much Hate From My Fellow Africans”

Naomi Nseya is a nail beautician and a mother of three from Umbilo. Hailing from the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital city, Kinshasa, the...

“Zuma Is Like Jesus To Us”

Thousands marched to the Durban High Court on Friday, 6 April in support of the former president Jacob Zuma. At the court, where he...

We’re Giving Away ‘Five Fingers for Marseilles’ Movie Tickets, In Partnership...

Five Fingers for Marseilles is an original South African Western, and has been described as a work of art. The film releases on April...

Young People Remember Struggle Icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

The world was saddened to learn of the passing of struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on Monday, 2 April 2018. Following the announcement, many condolences...

Learners And Teachers Should Start Valuing Life Orientation Before It Can...

Umalusi has called for Life Orientation to be recognised and included in the points system required for university entry. This came after engagement with...

The Ten Commandments Of Catching A Taxi

Commuting using public transport can be a mission and exhausting. However, in cities like Johannesburg, commuting using a minibus taxi can be far worse...

Young Durbanites on Mandela: “If It Weren’t For Him, We Wouldn’t...

July 18 this year will mark the 100th birthday of South Africa’s late icon and former president Nelson Mandela. The Daily Vox spoke to...

DUT Strike: “We Do Want To Go Back To Work…”

On Tuesday, 27 February, the deputy minister for higher education and training  Buti Manamela met with the Durban University of Technology (DUT) management as...

Student Leaders On How Robert Sobukwe Influenced Fees Must Fall

The 27th of February marks 40 years since the death of Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) founder Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe. He was originally a part...
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