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27 July 2016, 7:37pm
An open letter to Iqbal Survé
An open letter to Iqbal Survé
Cape Times

I am emotional, disgusted, frustrated; and mostly saddened, as I am writing to you today.

26 July 2016, 10:26pm
Ignorance driving rugby quotas' opposition
Ignorance driving rugby quotas' opposition
Cape Times

THOSE who are distributing social media petitions calling for a stop to “quotas in rugby” are basing their campaigns on the ...

24 July 2016, 10:12pm
Planting seeds of positive change
Planting seeds of positive change
Cape Times

LAST Monday, while the world celebrated Nelson Mandela International Day, two men were brutally beaten to death in Kayamandi, ...

19 July 2016, 10:52pm
DA paying lip service to multiparty democracy
DA paying lip service to multiparty democracy
Cape Times

YEARS ago as an official in the provincial government, I heard a senior DA-appointed official state that while the DA may ...

17 July 2016, 10:58pm
Gates lecture: Living together – theme of Madiba's life
Gates lecture: Living together – theme of Madiba's life
Cape Times

THE theme of this year’s Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture is “living together”.

17 July 2016, 7:52pm
Rescue SABC from Stalinist bullies
Rescue SABC from Stalinist bullies
Cape Times

MUCH has been said about the SABC’s unconstitutional decision not to screen news events of violent protests and destruction of property.

13 July 2016, 10:40pm
Deadly backlash to rise in women's representation
Deadly backlash to rise in women's representation
Cape Times

WE MOURN the death on July 7 of Lesbia Yaneth, environmental activist in Honduras and member of the Council of Indigenous ...

13 July 2016, 10:33pm
Expose train crime
Expose train crime
Cape Times

COMMUTERS using railways across the country should take responsibility in exposing any crime that causes delays – such as ...

13 July 2016, 10:27pm
Limits to lawfare in fixing SABC
Limits to lawfare in fixing SABC
Cape Times

WE HAVE started to rely quite slavishly on lawfare to settle important public disagreements. The latest lawfare is of course playing out at the SABC.