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48 days ago
‘Celebrating’ media freedom a misnomer
‘Celebrating’ media freedom a misnomer

Much of the globe celebrates World Press Freedom Day this month. Perhaps the word “celebrate” is a misnomer.

Cape Times
48 days ago
Net reveals Theunissen’s history of abuse
Net reveals Theunissen’s history of abuse

Social media postings from Matthew Theunissen as far back as 2012 show he has been racist towards other groups, too, like ...

Cape Times
51 days ago
Give poor students transport discounts
Give poor students transport discounts

The Higher Education Transformation Network calls on higher education institutions to work hand in glove with student organisations ...

Cape Times
52 days ago
Treadmill of top cops going nowhere
Treadmill of top cops going nowhere

This week Judge Cornelis Claasen started the probe into national police commissioner General Riah Phiyega’s fitness to hold office.

Cape Times
53 days ago
Party funding secrecy criminal
Party funding secrecy criminal

Since early 2009 the Congress of the People (Cope) has been propagating the imperative for all political parties operating ...

Cape Times
53 days ago
Lecturers openly teaching racist, colonial views
Lecturers openly teaching racist, colonial views

Following calls for the decolonisation of universities, the UCT School of Economics has been identified as a site of anti-poor, ...

Cape Times
53 days ago
Media for social change
Media for social change

Independent Media is not simply a news organisation, it’s the centre of a media revolution, says Dr Iqbal Survé.

Cape Times
54 days ago
Zuma in most vulnerable spot since 2007
Zuma in most vulnerable spot since 2007

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma is set to face further pressure and calls for his removal from office following last Friday’s scathing ...

Cape Times
54 days ago
Gaza a society traumatised
Gaza a society traumatised

For the past several years, the people of Gaza have been subjected to a siege that is as unrelenting as it is brutal.

Cape Times
55 days ago
Highlighting appalling past, injustices
Highlighting appalling past, injustices

The Cape Times 140th Birthday Souvenir Supplement Part 1, Friday, April 29, 2016,proved to be an educational hit.

Cape Times
55 days ago
Treat Zuma equally before law – or else
Treat Zuma equally before law – or else

PRESIDENT Zuma should be more excited than anyone else in the country about the possibility of soon having his day in court ...

Cape Times
58 days ago
Middle class must help Flats rise
Middle class must help Flats rise

We read continuously in this daily paper about the deterioration of a humane society on the Cape Flats.

Cape Times
58 days ago
Miracle of food lives on
Miracle of food lives on

Easter has come and gone.

Cape Times
58 days ago
Arms deal mystery lives on
Arms deal mystery lives on

It is beyond belief that the Seriti Commission, which was responsible for investigating the arms deal, could not find a single ...

Cape Times
58 days ago
Iran wants to be Bric in economic wall
Iran wants to be Bric in economic wall

Iran is seeking a much more strategic partnership with South Africa, and the Brics countries more broadly.