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ANC constituency inspects first day of school

by: Ndimphiwe Gilili - 30 January 2015

ANC constituency inspects first day of school

The Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation, Pam Tshwete visited six schools in Cape Town Khayelitsha on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 January. Ms Tshwete is the constituency member deployed to the Khayelitsha office and is responsible for wards 93, 94,95 and 96. As part of her constituency work, the deputy’s task was to visit...

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Sexism in parliament

by: Rofhiwa Maneta - 30 January 2015

Sexism in parliament

President Jacob Zuma is in the thick of it again. This time the Commission for Gender Equality has advised the president to watch what he says about women. Their recommendation comes after the commission’s findings in relation to a complaint of sexism lodged against the president by the DA.  The opposition party filed their complaint...

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Eric Lau in Johannesburg

by: Thapelo Mosiuoa - 29 January 2015

Eric Lau in Johannesburg

As a follow up to his 2012 visit to Cape Town, Live SA met up with London-based producer/DJ Eric Lau during his second visit to South Africa, in Johannesburg, to find out the latest about his music, his thoughts on SA and much more.   Live SA: Correct me if I’m wrong but it’s your 2nd time...

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Photo of the Week

by: Live Stuff - 28 January 2015

Photo of the Week

Each week we profile some of the best photography by our talented Live SA photographers in our Photo of the Week competition. Head over to our Facebook and Instagram pages to vote for your favorite(s) each week. This week we have five entries from Mallisa Watson, Marlon Duplooy, Busisiwe Ndala, Mpho Mokoena and Neo Mahame....

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Cape Town choreographer, Stoan, will dance for bread

by: Ayanda Charlie - 28 January 2015

Cape Town choreographer, Stoan, will dance for bread

Cape Town choreographer Mthuthuzeli “Stoan” Galela  (26) dances at the popular road intersection called “Cosy Corner” in Makhaya, Khayelitsha, every second and last Friday a month. This, he does to raise funds for struggling families in his community. His initiative, “Donate Bread to  a Neighbour in Need” encourages communities to exercise ubuntu by donating money...

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Register for VIP Debate Club: Racism in Cape Town

by: Live Events - 27 January 2015

Register for VIP Debate Club: Racism in Cape Town

VIP Debate Club #4 Racism in Cape Town: How will parliament address this in 2015? Date: Tuesday 10 February 2015 Time: 12:30 pm to 2 pm Venue: EL Greeyo Coffee Shop, shop 9, Brickfield Park, Salt River, Cape Town. Register: It’s free to attend, however please complete our form below. Following its success in Johannesburg,...

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This week in politics

by: Lee Molefi - 23 January 2015

This week in politics

Here we are again. It’s Friday. Welcome. As a parting gift for the week that was, we present to you a review of the past five days and three key events that have captured our imagination or sparked a renewed sense of urgency, conversation or debate in the state of our nation.  President Zuma to...

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Should the child support grant age be extended?

by: Ayanda Charlie - 23 January 2015

Should the child support grant age be extended?

The news that government plans to extend the child grant age has been met with an array of opinions. While some experts say this would help the youth, others are apprehensive. The voice sorely lacking from this discussion, however, is that of the youth itself. A report published by People’s Assembly in July 2014 shows...

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