Mail & Guardian Slice Of Life: Rachel Dolezal and the erasure of history 2017-05-01T00:00:00.000000000+02:00 Engaging with Rachel Dolezal did not convince an employee of the Centre for Diversity Studies of her well-meaning. Life on a dumping site: Goudkoppies rebuilds after city of Jo'burg evicts thousands 2017-05-01T00:00:00.000000000+02:00 Life on the most organised garbage belt, where people "work instead of play". At least R255m in mine workers' cash lost in Amplats pension scam 2017-04-30T18:44:00.000000000+02:00 Investment company claims to own properties it has no rights on in attempt to cover up loss. Joshua defeats Klitschko in thrilling world heavyweight epic 2017-04-30T01:09:00.000000000+02:00 It was Klitschko’s first stoppage defeat since Lamon Brewster beat him in 2004 and leaves his record at 64 wins and five defeats. Mathews Phosa accepts nomination for ANC president 2017-04-29T21:40:00.000000000+02:00 Nominations for ANC president officially opens in June, but several ANC leaders are already campaigning. Court ruling on Zuma’s nuclear deal is a marker of South Africa’s political health 2017-04-29T19:29:00.000000000+02:00 The court ruling which declared South Africa's nuclear energy plan as illegal may have put paid Zuma's ambitions of clinching during his presidency President Zuma signs FICA bill into law 2017-04-29T14:02:00.000000000+02:00 The 2001 Act and other related Acts aim to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Let's really talk about sex, baby: Improving sexuality education for children 2017-04-29T12:23:00.000000000+02:00 Sexuality education forms part of the Life Orientation curriculum in South African schools to help learners navigate the challenges of growing up What’s happening with the Coligny and Lichtenburg protests? 2017-04-28T18:41:00.000000000+02:00 Residents who protested and looted shops in the North West towns of Coligny and Lichtenburg this week are angry about two separate issues. EXCLUSIVE: Eskom funding may be muffling dissenting voices on nuclear 2017-04-28T08:58:00.000000000+02:00 The lure of millions in Eskom funding appears to have gagged two research institutions previously critical of the utility’s nuclear procurement plans.