Boko Haram: Facts & Figures

Article by Christelle Mekoh April 14, 2014, an abduction took place at Government Secondary School, Chibok, in the Chibok Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria. Who were abducted? 300 girls. This headline took the world by storm and created an international campaign known by many as “Bring Back Our Girls”. The #BBOG movement was born! […]

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Living on the Cape’s Pavements

By Noluvuyo Bacela When I was younger I had this unnerving fear of living in a shack. The idea of calling four rusty tin walls with only one exit and electrical cables dangling above my head a home didn’t really sit well with me and neither did watching my childhood friend run along into the death-trap […]

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Climbing Hills in Heels

Article written by Likeleli M. Monyamane. This will be my last week serving my articles as a trainee accountant. I am getting signed off at the end of the month and as with an end of any great journey, I am forced to reflect back on the past three years of my life that I […]

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Me, My Nelson Mandela and Ridiculous Dreams

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela means different things to different people around the world. To many, he is the symbol of unity, peace and freedom. He is the ‘Father of the Nation’ in South Africa. He is the leader of a band of men and women who delivered equality in a country ravaged by apartheid for many […]

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