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Our digital crew hits the streets of Jozi and the Mother City to explore issues of racism and free speech.
This week's edition of #The411 looks at Paris Attacks, Charlie sheen's announcement this week and the CPUT strikes.
The 411 team head out to the streets of Jozi and Cape Town to find out what the word on the street is about what's making news ...
This week's edition canvasses opinions on Oscar's parole potentially being granted, the Bok performance and the Cosatu march.
Everyday people weigh in on the crime stats and what they mean, and on whether Die Stem should be dumped from the national anthem.
She says President Zuma was uncomfortable with her and her decisions which saw changes to the ANC and Motsoeneng ousted.
Even slow-moving traffic cannot dampen the mood in Cape Town because payday came early. Watch Capetonians celebrating payday.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Pauli van Wyk, a journalist with Scorpio at Daily Maverick.
SanParks is running a week-long campaign that affords South African residents free access to almost all 21 national parks.
Sharone Daniels, a community activist in Cape Town's Ocean View says they need police intervention to end gang violence.
A government employee emailed John Maytham about what he or she believes is the real state of play with the Cape water crisis.
These are the emergency numbers you should have on your cellphone and this is what you must understand about how they work.