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    Our favourite sporting moments of 2016

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    As 2016 draws to a close, we look back at the most iconic and memorable South African sporting moments of the year. But we...

    Antonio Guterres, the new UN Secretary General has a tough job...

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    The current Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), Ban-Ki Moon is set to step down at the end of this year to make...

    Reflecting on poetry, safe spaces and difficult conversations at the Abantu...

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    In the heart of Mofolo's Eyethu Centre, it made perfect sense to host a literature festival in a chillas spot. What calls out more...

    Five moves by Herman Mashaba that we’re not so sure about

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    The DA's Herman Mashaba recently marked 100 days in office as the mayor of Johannesburg. While the change in local government has brought with...

    “There’s nothing empowering about teaching us how not to get raped”

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    Trigger warning: This article contains references to rape and child abuse According to the United Nations, one in three women experiences physical and sexual violence...

    3 reasons why the Minister of State Security claims student surveillance...

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    On Monday, South African Minister of State Security, David Mahlobo took part in a panel discussion on whether state intelligence could help prevent violent...

    An open letter to black police

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    On Thursday, there was a demonstration at Wits University against police brutality on campus, which, some students say has been targeting female students especially...

    What you didn’t know about the #StateCaptureReport and were too afraid...

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    Thuli Madonsela's 355-page State Capture Report finally went public on Wednesday afternoon, about two weeks after Madonsela's term as Public Protector ended. Earlier on...

    Students At UCKAR Are Calling On The Police To Answer For...

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    Since the start of the Fees Must Fall protests in September, there have been a number of incidents of alleged police brutality at universities...

    This is what you need to know about SA’s withdrawal from...

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    Many were shocked by the news that South Africa is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court (ICC), but what exactly does it mean? The...

    How securitisation of campuses has increased violence at universities

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    The Daily Vox spoke to Jane Duncan, Professor in Journalism, Film and Television at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) and author of The Rise...

    Voices from Marikana: Why the trauma of August 16, 2012 cannot...

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    Voices from Marikana is an exhibition being held at the Worker's Museum in Newtown in collaboration with Amnesty International that presents photographs taken by...

    MSF commemorates 2015 attack on Kunduz hospital

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    One year ago, on 3 October 2015, a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) hospital was attacked by a US warplane in the city of Kunduz, Afghanistan....

    What you need to know about the current crisis in Kashmir

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    The situation in Indian-administered Kashmir has worsened in recent weeks. Eighty-two people have people killed in clashes with Indian security forces, while thousands of...

    Twenty years later, Tupac lives in the Cape Flats

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    Tupac's most ferocious diss track is the ambient noise to life on the Cape Flats. Hit 'Em Up was released mere months before Tupac Shakur...

    After the 1956 Women’s March, our women still bear the brunt...

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    South Africa's miraculous peaceful transition from apartheid to democracy saw the enacting of one of the most progressive constitutions in the world which guarantees...

    #ColouredExcellence: Why does everything have to be about race?

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    Following the national conversation that took place after Wayde van Niekerk's win on 14 August, ANGELO C LOUW wants the media to take a...

    All you need to know about the Gordhan-SARS-Hawks drama

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    We fried our brains working out WTF is going on between Pravin Gordhan and the Hawks, and answered the questions South Africans have been...

    Being A Woman In Science Has Become Easier, But You Still...

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    Professor AMEENA GOGA, chief specialist scientist at the South African Medical Research Council and pediatrician by training, spoke to The Daily Vox about the...

    Here’s five ways you can truly respect women

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    How many times have your eyes rolled at organisations and individuals calling on "real" men to stand up for women? We feel the same...