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23
OCT

Open Sesame

James Holley, chief executive of private freight rail operator Traxtion Group, chats to journalist Paul Ash about how private access to Transnet's vast network could shake up SA’s railways.
04
SEP

Walvis Bay Whistles

Whistle recorded from a bottlenose dolphin population of the Namibian coastline near Walvis Bay.

CREDIT
Namibia Dolphin Project
18
APR

Outsmarting Covid-19: A conversation with Prof Salim Abdool Karim

Handpicked by the South African government to lead it's advisory team in dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic, Professor Salim Adbool Karim's work in HIV and AIDS research has taken a backseat.
The CAPRISA's head of Global Health in epidemiology, Abdool Karim speaks to Sunday Times about advising a listening government, the team's work, family and working to save humanity against a deadly virus that has completely changed the world as we know it.
09
APR

Caught off guard

Linda Mbatha, 36, says the lockdown caught them off guard so they were not able to buy as much food as they would have liked. They were able to get the bare necessities such as rice and maize.
09
APR

Financial uncertainty

David Chirwa, 24, with last paid at the end of March he said that he's not sure whether he's going to be paid for April seeing as he did not work
09
APR

Life on Mabizela Street during lockdown

Mabizela Street, a cul de sac in Orlando East, Soweto — less than 1km from Orlando High School where Hector Pieterson was shot dead by police in 1976 — is alive with shrieking children locked in an intense street soccer match.

But each household harbours its own strife during SA’s national lockdown. Sunday Times reporter Jeff Wicks and photographer Sebabatso Mosamo, talk to community members to see how they are handling the lockdown.

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