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IN PICS: From circus cages to veld – big cats finally taste freedom
Twelve tigers and five lions rescued in South America landed at OR Tambo International Airport on Tuesday, ready for a new life in the Free State.
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Dr Zamani Saul – A premier for the people
‘I was elected by the poor masses to serve them and not to be celebrated,’ says the Northern Cape premier.
The organisation provides basic veterinary healthcare and education to communities in townships.
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Mark Boucher – New SA cricket coach can reignite Proteas fire
He is surely just the man for the crisis SA cricket currently finds itself in.
In the Eastern Cape province, no one can remember the last proper downpour. Some say it was five years ago, others six.
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Zoliswa Nhleko: On a mission to stop the extinction of rhinos
Nhleko is researching whether the animals recall poaching scenes and avoid them, like elephants do.

features Crimea appears to be thriving under the control of Putin’s Russia

Russia is now in charge and it is evident the country is committed to turning Crimea around.

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SA skateboarding champ on a mission to qualify for Olympics

features SA skateboarding champ on a mission to qualify for Olympics

The 25-year-old has bypassed several other African teams, making him one of the highest-ranking skateboarders on the African continent.

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For Andrew Kirby, Toyota SA CEO, it’s all about living the brand

features For Andrew Kirby, Toyota SA CEO, it’s all about living the brand

Toyota is the best of what South Africa, and South Africans, can be. It doesn’t put on airs and graces. It is solid. When you need it to come through for you, it will.

features What the DA, ANC mayoral candidates have planned for Johannesburg

The EFF, meanwhile, believes it can challenge the DA and the ANC for the City’s mayoral chain.

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Happy to be his dad’s lynchpin

features Happy to be his dad’s lynchpin

Mike de Kock now calls on the family to help out – or, more correctly, his son Mathew.

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The sports photographer who captured SA’s three Rugby World Cup victories

features The sports photographer who captured SA’s three Rugby World Cup victories

Award-winning South African sports photographer Wessel Oosthuizen has been capturing great moments in sport since 1962. He was there to document the Springbok Rugby World Cup triumphs in 1995, 2007 and 2019. He speaks to The Citizen about his experience.

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WATCH: Toby Venter – CEO who puts pedal to the metal

features WATCH: Toby Venter – CEO who puts pedal to the metal

The Porsche SA boss who would rather be in a racing suit than jacket and tie, is revered for saving the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit from becoming a business park.

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Little girl’s mom’s long wait for documents … and school

features Little girl’s mom’s long wait for documents … and school

A legal intervention through the Children’s Court eventually led to Nosipho and Ayanda being registered as SA citizens, says their mother, Primrose Moyo.

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’15 million’ people in SA are unregistered, and many are ‘stateless children’

features ’15 million’ people in SA are unregistered, and many are ‘stateless children’

The world is sitting on a time bomb of a growing mass of stateless people who find themselves in destitute and desperate situations in foreign countries.

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Being born with clubfoot doesn’t mean kids can never walk

features Being born with clubfoot doesn’t mean kids can never walk

The STEPS Foundation helps to treat children born with the defect in public hospitals using the internationally endorsed Ponseti Method that excludes surgery.

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Ayesha Ramadhani: ‘Make me safe,’ refugee begs UN

features Ayesha Ramadhani: ‘Make me safe,’ refugee begs UN

Born in Burundi, she has moved around Africa for 25 years, trying to find a safe haven… now she is ready to hit the road again to protect her family.

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MSF Tshwane Migrant Project provides a refuge from the pain

features MSF Tshwane Migrant Project provides a refuge from the pain

Here refugees can enjoy a shower, have a washing line to hang clothes and get medical examination, internet, legal advice and coffee.

features Siya Kolisi – Carrying the hopes of a nation

‘It would be huge to show our country that no matter where we come from, if we can bind to one plan, we can achieve our goals.’

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Duane Vermeulen: Bounce of ball may decide Boks’ fate

features Duane Vermeulen: Bounce of ball may decide Boks’ fate

In a semifinal it will all come down to pressure, said Vermeulen, who believes the team will know how to deal with the added expectations.




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