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Inclusion is not an option... In 2015 International Albinism Awareness Day was declared with the establishment of the office of the then United Nation Independent Expert on the enjoyment of human rights by persons with albinism, IK Ero. And today 13 June 2022 we celebrate IAAD and being “United...
Johannesburg, South Africa – 12 July 2018: The adoption of the UNAIDS targets to end AIDS by 2020 has placed an impetus on public health stakeholders to focus on identifying 90% of people living with HIV, place 90% of those on sustained Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) and ensure that 90% of those on ART achieve and maintain viral suppression. To achieve...
PRETORIA, July 3, 2018​ — In the last week of youth month, Nunnovation Africa Foundation joined hands with South Africa’s biggest telecommunications provider, Telkom, through their CSI arm - Telkom Foundation. This collaboration was in support of the initiative “Adopt a Project” where leaders from Telkom choose and manage initiatives close to their hearts. Head of the Telkom Foundation, Sarah Mthintso, chose her...
The National Arts Festival has opened amid a joyful Eastern Cape celebration at Grahamstown’s Festival hub, The Monument, at an event that also noted the centenary years of home-born legends Nelson Mandela and Albertina Sisulu. Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa reminded Festival-goers that the National Arts Festival remained a preserve of free expression: “It is where, as South...
A young democratic country such as South Africa was one of the first to adopt a new constitution post-apartheid  1994 and with that meant a new era where Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, would now enjoy the same rights as non-LGBTQ people.  South Africa within the African continent may emerge as an idiosyncratic counterpart, for the most part, a young...
South Africa is one of the few countries in the world to constitutionally prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and in 2006 legalised marriages of members of the same-sex.  In this accepting environment, the closet days of the homosexual community of South Africa are well in the past, and the country is enjoying a favourable reputation for...
People often associate Da Vinci with his works of art, namely, Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, however, the Renaissance innovator was more than a great painter. Leonardo Da Vinci was also an inspiring inventor and his concepts were centuries ahead. Da Vinci had several sketches in notepads which illustrated his unconventional ideas, many of which have been preserved since...
1. A jealous rival broke his nose when he was a teenager As a teen, Michelangelo was sent to live and study in the home of Lorenzo de’ Medici, one of the most important art patrons in all of Europe at the time. His steady hand with a chisel and paintbrush soon made him the envy of all his fellow pupils. One...
Airplanes have changed transport system with the larger capacity to hold passengers and being the fastest transport mean. It plays an important role in military missions and in airlifting of humans and cargos to several locations over the universe in the short time span. With a greater capacity of aircraft, it is potential to carry more cargos and passengers. 5....
In South Africa, travelling between two cities and transportation, in general, can be the greatest upheaval in one's daily life. As of late, there are various forms of transportation one can choose from, such as, Taxis, Buses, Gautrain, Uber, Meter taxi, which may sound like a large variety but the importance of accessibility comes to play. The commute between Pretoria and Johannesburg Finally, after...