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There's no one agreed version of history. So how can we trust any of it?
Society, Politics & Law
South Africa struggles with a leader who knows he must relinquish office, but refuses to go. The misery of such a situation is tarnishing his party and his country, says Cheryl Hendricks.
Yesterday, President Jacob Zuma of South Africa survived a no confidence vote. Richard Calland of the University of Cape Town explains why Zuma's victory is bad news for his party.
History & The Arts
Shakespeare's 'Othello' still makes people uncomfortable because it tackles racism, so what was it like for John Kani who played the play's lead role at the peak of Apartheid in South Africa?
The chieftan who shaped the Zulu nation. Then more learning across the day.
Health, Sports & Psychology
In a nation which struggles to agree on much, rugby provides common ground, says Kathryn Nel.
From South Africa in 1990, a sign of changing times. How will.i.am is helping with the shortage of engineers. And more free learning across the day.
Science, Maths & Technology
The reintroduction of lions to Rwanda after twenty years might seem like a conversation success story - but it's a little more compliacted, explains Laura Bertola.
This week's Thinking Allowed features The Open University's Dr Daniel Conway and looks at migration in contrasting contexts
Money & Business
Can a supermarket success in a changing economic environment?
A citizen-driven festival of doing in Cape Town.
Design to deliver services in South Africa's poor rural communities.
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