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In Mbare, a high-density suburb in Harare, lies the Edith Opperman clinic also known as Mbare Poly. see more »
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Drought, protests, anger over the social grants payment system, and the collapse of Metrorail marked this year. GroundUp's photographers present this … see more »
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In a small classroom, learners from Masiphumelele near Cape Town are learning a new skill: playing the violin. Ashraf Hendricks of GroundUp presents … see more »
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Goju-Kai style karate has become popular with dojos in Khayelitsha, Langa, Mfuleni and Gugulethu.
"Ichi, ni, san, shi!" This can be heard repeatedly … see more »
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Steven Ajayi takes care of 119 children who live at the Vine Heritage Home in Nigeria, a shelter he opened in 2004 for children who have been branded … see more »
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Learners led by the Congress of South African Students made their way up to the office of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba during a demonstration to … see more »
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A UN report shows how the United Nations General Assembly created a mandate dedicated to better protect children affected by armed conflict. The was … see more »
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Young minds ponder their next moves as they participate in the Annual Jacob G Zuma Chess Tournament held at Sibusisiwe Hall, Mandeni, North of … see more »
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Kibera's residents transformed a dump into a school - but plans to build a highway could force children back onto the street. see more »
The Office of the Personal Representative (OPR) in Charge of the Fight against Sexual Violence and Child Recruitment has partnered with Nos Vies en … see more »
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