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    Are you social distancing on social media?

Are you social distancing on social media?

SAMEER PARKER ‘They say…’ - famous opening words for a story that is probably unverifiable and shaky at best. When the COVID-19 outbreak reached South Africa in March this year we could not have predicted the impact it would have on individuals, businesses and our daily way of life. One
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    It is time for our government to take heed of the lived realities of women farmworkers

It is time for our government to take heed of the lived realities of women farmworkers

CHRISCY BLOUWS The Women’s Legal Centre (WLC) is an African feminist legal centre striving to advance women’s rights and equality, specifically working with women who work in precarious and ­vulnerable positions. The aim of this programme is to help women obtain favourable and just working conditions in the workplace. It
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Living Islam

The Jewish and Christian wives of the Prophet (SAW)

DR ESHAAM PALMER MUCH misinformation and untruths have been written by Orientalists about the Prophet (SAW) in respect of the non-Muslim wives he married. In my research, I have had
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International News
    ‘Justice is indivisible’: Placing Palestine back at the centre of Muslim discourse in the West

‘Justice is indivisible’: Placing Palestine back at the centre of Muslim discourse in the West

by RAMZY BAROUD It was nearly twenty years ago at a Muslim conference in Washington D.C. that I heard the distressing argument that Palestine should not be made a central
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    Saru Sacos Legends: towards healing our fractured country

Saru Sacos Legends: towards healing our fractured country

SEDICK CROMBIE SOUTH Africa’s 24 years of democracy has brought forth many positive developments as the country strives to build a society based on universal human rights and the dignity
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    Cold front driving: tips for safer driving

Cold front driving: tips for safer driving

The country has certainly moved into winter with bitterly cold weather, with Cape Town already battling cold and rain, Eastern Cape getting its first snowfall of the season and Gauteng
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Lifestyle
    The survivor’s blog: the value of teachers

The survivor’s blog: the value of teachers

KAUTHAR ROOMANEY THIS article is dedicated to all teachers. Teaching is a job undervalued and underestimated. Teachers have the most important job in the world. We have the ability to
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    Haron family calls for re-opening of inquest

Haron family calls for re-opening of inquest

MAHMOOD SANGLAY FEBRUARY 8, 2019 would have been the 95th birthday of Imam Abdullah Haron, who was ­martyred on September 27, 1969. The Imam Abdullah Haron Foundation hosted a special
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