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Blowing in the wind

They say that when the wind blows down there in Port Elizabeth, it really does blow. Men have to hold into their hats and women their...

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Royal comrades

The villagers of Phokeng have fought bravely against Bophuthatswana “independence’ for many years. At the forefront of their struggle are...

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His fingers do the talking

Abdullah Ibrahim — better known to us as Dollar Brand, the world famous pianist and composer — is back home after 14 years in exile....

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A call for peace

Death, destruction and grief… We have seen and heard little else on the Reef forthe last three months. What are the causes? What are the...

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Sloppy - The cock that caused all the chaos

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The screaming Sundowner

the story of Stanley “Screamer” Tshabalala Double Action Mamelodi Sundowns is one of the best soccer clubs in South Africa. This is...

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Strange things happen in life

Before he went to join the ANC in exile in 1963, Samuel Dabulamanzi Zwane had one piece of advice for his four children — “get as much...

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Stepping forward

The Students Teaching and Education Programme (STEP) is a project run by university students for high school students… On Friday night I...

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Letters from our readers 1990 No 6

Dear Learn and Teach, Allow me to voice my dissatisfaction through your popular magazine. I cannot see why political organisations,...

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Picking up the pieces

What is happening to the children of war- torn Natal? How do they survive? Learn and Teach spoke to three youths who are struggling to...

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Dorkay House – “Waar goedes happen”

Dorkay House was once the home of some of our greatest and best-loved musicians. Then, many of the musicians went into exile and Dorkay...

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Getting South African citizenship back

In 1970, the South African government made every “African” a citizen of one of the homelands. The way the government decided which...

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The ‘Lion of Azania’ is gone

On 23 October 1990 — the day before this magazine went to the printers — Zephania Lekoane Mothopeng, president of the Pan Africanist...