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Mandela’s Granddaughter: My Battle Of Survival

Zoleka Mandela tells Sky about battling cancer and her drug and sex addictions as reports say her grandfather can no longer speak. By Alex Crawford, Special Correspondent- Sky NEWS Video Nelson Mandela’s granddaughter Zoleka has told Sky News how her grandparents inspired her in her battle to beat breast cancer. …

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Feather Awards Nominees Announcement

On the 14th of November the most fabulous awards ceremony will take place, and just like the past five years, we’re expecting nothing less than drama, fun and all things awesome. The nominees for the awards were announced today at a media event in Johannesburg. While some of the nominees …

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Zoleka Mandela hosts UN ‘MY World’ Awards

Zoleka Mandela hosts the MY World Awards, with Muhammad Yunus onstage Zoleka Mandela who leads the Long Short Walk campaign has hosted the UN’s prestigious MY World Awards ceremony in New York. The Awards ceremony was held at UNICEF headquarters and coincided with the opening of the UN General Assembly. …

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World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Cape Town

The World Cancer Leaders’ Summit (WCLS), an important annual high-level policy meeting dedicated exclusively to furthering global cancer control, will for the first time take place in Africa on 18-19 November 2013. Organised by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) and hosted by the Cancer Association of South Africa …

Africa To Host World Cancer Leaders Summit

Hosted for the first time in Africa, the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit (WCLS) will be held at the Mount Nelson Hotel and the Cape Town City Hall on 18-19 November 2013. The theme is ‘Closing the Cancer Divide by 2025′, which highlights the critical need to address the glaring disparities …

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The secret to a winning tell-all

WHILE some local celebrities have discovered their pens, contributing to a proliferation of “tell-all” books in recent years, very few have proven memorable. But Jacana Media’s 29- year-old publisher Thabiso Mahlape – who has snagged Redi Tlhabi’s award-winning Endings & Beginnings, McIntosh Polela’s critically acclaimed My Father My Monster, Bonnie …