Risking their lives for education

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Hungry for education, children as young as five years old risk their lives by crossing the Umdloti River every day to go to school.

Jealous villagers cut main Eskom power lines to other villages

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The people of eMpoza village outside Mount Frere in the Eastern Cape are taking the saying "Jealousy makes you nasty" to new heights.

Grateful gogo gets her grant money

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Gogo Nontuthuzelo Handile from Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth) thanks Scrolla.Africa for making sure that she gets her Sassa grant.

Doing it for the kids, doing it for the villages, doing it for themselves

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The floods and rains have spared nobody, and seven rural villages that rely on the D3695 road from Tshilamba to Siloam, in Limpopo, are no exception.

Cop vs Cop as cop car is taken to the pound

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An eyewitness claims a cop warned the other cop that he was parking illegally, but he ignored the warning.

Senseless killing leaves Gqeberha residents in shock

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A 62-year-old mother of three, Phumla was shot and killed next to her house after walking her 10-year-old grandson to Daniels Primary school.

HE WANTED TO BUILD A MEMORIAL TO MANDELA – BUT COVID CRASHED THE DREAM OF A TOURIST MECCA IN ALEX

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Tumi Masite is a multi-talented man who dreamt of turning the street he lives on into a tourist Mecca in Alexandra north of Johannesburg.

The largest mass vaccination program in history has begun – but it needs to be even larger

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On Wednesday, Covax delivered its first major shipment of Covid-19 vaccines to Ghana.

Zim’s Vice President leaves a trail of sex scandals and angry husbands

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Calls are getting louder and louder for Zimbabwe's Vice President, Kembo Mohadi, to resign.

Wear a mask, Sho Madjozi – the kids are watching

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Covid-19 has undoubtedly affected the livelihoods of everyone, including artists, but what message are our celebrities sending in a time of a global pandemic?