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55 days ago
Seemingly safer for Zuma to be feared
Seemingly safer for Zuma to be feared
Cape Times

THE most famous chapter in diplomat and 
political theorist Niccolo Machiavelli’s 16th-century political treatise The Prince
considers ...

55 days ago
Protecting children in a digital age
Protecting children in a digital age
Cape Times

This week, South Africa is marking Child Protection Week.

58 days ago
Bobby Kennedy's family on SA pilgrimage
Bobby Kennedy's family on SA pilgrimage
Cape Times

Robben Island prisoners working the lime and stone quarries in 1966 may not have realised the plane which flew down low over ...

59 days ago
Artistic criticism isn’t censorship
Artistic criticism isn’t censorship
Cape Times

There is a difference between the artistic and moral engagement with a work of art and asking an artist to self-censor.

26 May '16, 11:10pm
Getting to core of state capture
Getting to core of state capture
Cape Times

The issue of state capture relates to what the ANC characterises as “sins of incumbency”. How do liberation movements lose their sense of idealism?.

26 May '16, 11:06pm
Art of seeing world differently
Art of seeing world differently
Cape Times

Africa Day, 25 May, brought to my mind that journalism, practised as a matter of art and wisdom, serves our continent, and indeed our world, well.

25 May '16, 7:56pm
Too much passion, too little reasoning in SA
Too much passion, too little reasoning in SA
Cape Times

I have always found it curious just how many of the big political decisions in our country are not based on any known argument ...

24 May '16, 7:31pm
Economic modality should serve constitution
Economic modality should serve constitution
Cape Times

A defining factor of the current discourse on the socio-political condition in South Africa concerns the implementation of ...

23 May '16, 11:43pm
Tireless efforts to cure world's poorest
Tireless efforts to cure world's poorest
Cape Times

One question unites those of us who work at the Gates Foundation: What if?.

22 May '16, 10:32pm
Wounds from apartheid run deep
Wounds from apartheid run deep
Cape Times

In the scorching heat of a November Friday, 1967, a distressed mother hastily walks to the local Wellington Clinic.

22 May '16, 5:05pm
Get to root of violence – don't condemn
Get to root of violence – don't condemn
Cape Times

It is suspiciously easier to condemn violence than to ask why violence takes place.

19 May '16, 9:53pm
US’s ultimate display of arrogance
US’s ultimate display of arrogance
Cape Times

It becomes tiresome to continue unravelling stories of the US meddling in regions far away from its shores, trying to weaken ...

17 May '16, 10:38pm
Facing racism, unapologetically
Facing racism, unapologetically
Cape Times

As a white American who has only been in South Africa for about a month and a half, I can’t begin to speak on the complex ...

16 May '16, 10:04pm
Brazil’s neo-liberals threat to Brics
Brazil’s neo-liberals threat to Brics
Cape Times

What should we make of the change of leadership in Brazil? What are the implications for the agency of the global south in ...