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Cape Argus
3 days ago
You don't have to look far for daily discrimination
You don't have to look far for daily discrimination

This is not about #OrlandoShooting; this is about the “daily discriminatory shooting” the LGBTIQ+ community experiences, says Senzo Hlophe.

Cape Argus
3 days ago
Cape Town would definitely feel Brexit’s effects
Cape Town would definitely feel Brexit’s effects

Tomorrow the Brits finally vote on their exit (or not) from the EU. Mike Wills gazes into his crystal ball to see how it will effect us.

Cape Argus
5 days ago
Liberation can only be forged through hard work
Liberation can only be forged through hard work

Freedom, justice and jobs will not come from the inspirational cry of populist political promise on the streets, says Murray Williams.

Cape Argus
9 days ago
Meet the film-maker behind Action Kommandant
Meet the film-maker behind Action Kommandant

Gasant Abarder spoke to Nadine Cloete, who has won acclaim for her documentary telling the story of young anti-apartheid fighter Ashley Kriel.

Cape Argus
9 days ago
We, as whites, honestly don’t have a clue
We, as whites, honestly don’t have a clue

Being part of the community that came together to honour Ashley Kriel was a humbling experience, writes Danny Oosthuizen.

Cape Argus
9 days ago
#76AT40: Ashley embodied the spirit of 1976
#76AT40: Ashley embodied the spirit of 1976

Freedom fighter Ashley Kriel was moulded by a community who stood in solidarity with the 1976 youth of Soweto, writes Nadine Cloete.

Cape Argus
10 days ago
Youth Day a good time for intergenerational dialogue
Youth Day a good time for intergenerational dialogue

In order for SA to move forward, we need open and honest engagement between the generations, writes Llewelyn McMaster.

Cape Argus
10 days ago
Inclusive Promenade a step in the right direction
Inclusive Promenade a step in the right direction

During a stroll along the promenade, Cape Town almost seems to be a poster child for some kind of idyllic, multicultural nirvana, says Mike Wills.

Cape Argus
11 days ago
Eye-opener seeing CCID fieldworkers in action
Eye-opener seeing CCID fieldworkers in action

Danny Oosthuizen says his new motto is: “Never fear when the CCID is near.”.

Cape Argus
12 days ago
Putting pupils’ safety back in parents hands
Putting pupils’ safety back in parents hands

A ‘Walking Bus’ ensures that children have a safe journey to and from school, promotes exercise and helps the environment, writes Murray Williams.

Cape Argus
17 days ago
In the absence of rule of law, the brutal prevails
In the absence of rule of law, the brutal prevails

Without detailed legislation compliant with the constitution and accurately enforced by independent courts, the poor and ...

Cape Argus
18 days ago
Please don’t judge this book by its cover
Please don’t judge this book by its cover

One moment Danny Oosthuizen is made to feel second-hand among well-to-do people, the next he hears that he thinks he's now too good for others.

Cape Argus
22 days ago
Denver wears heart on his sleeve
Denver wears heart on his sleeve

It took about three seconds for Denver Apollus to convince me the Cape Argus should get involved with his Heart FM initiative ...

Cape Argus
26 days ago
Five pieces of wisdom to help us
Five pieces of wisdom to help us

Strategic leadership training would be entirely within senior government leaders’ control, writes Murray Williams.

Cape Argus
26 days ago
All the presidential men: Zuma under review
All the presidential men: Zuma under review

President Jacob Zuma carries the most baggage in terms of graft, nepotism, state capture and self preservation, writes Shafiq Morton.