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2 days ago
Royal seal of approval
Royal seal of approval

King Buyelekhaya Zwelibanzi Dalindyebo recalls that Winnie Madikizela-Mandela brought him comfort during the difficult days of apartheid.

4 days ago
Saving Africa's giants
Saving Africa's giants

CITES CoP17 starts in Sandton on Saturday and will have far-reaching consequences for African plants and animals.

5 days ago
Continue to celebrate our rich heritage
Continue to celebrate our rich heritage

It's more than a braai day, as this shifts key issues to the margins

5 days ago
Apartheid was a very different era
Apartheid was a very different era

Mary de Haas makes a call to abandon violence in #FeesMustFall student protests

5 days ago
Free education is possible
Free education is possible

Free education is possible if South Africa moves beyond smoke and mirrors, say a group of academics and researchers.

5 days ago
Attend to the more pressing issues
Attend to the more pressing issues

The mayor should rather focus on delivery than the council medium, which has no bearing on service provision.

6 days ago
Conservationists pay the price as rhino poaching takes on hellish dimensions
Conservationists pay the price as rhino poaching takes on hellish dimensions

Dave Cooper has performed hundreds of post-mortems on mutilated rhinos.

6 days ago
The battle over ivory
The battle over ivory

Africa’s elephants – a valuable asset or vexatious pest? The fate of these giants is on the line in Johannesburg, writes Andreas Wilson-Späth

6 days ago
We can't blame the constitution
We can't blame the constitution

Deliberately retrogressive measures in the higher education field are failures of government, writes Pierre de Vos​