From the outset, Malema and his comrades signalled that they would scoff at their opponents, taunt them, and do so loudly
No foreign conflict is as keenly felt in South Africa as that in the Middle East
Move to cut out agents in KwaZulu-Natal’s schoolbook supply chain is welcome
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Hate is official in Uganda, where citizens are assigned the roles of social spies and informants
The familiarity of pre-election tension, and dealing with it, should not lull anyone: it is costly
Will there come a time when information on one’s race is required only in the census?
It is not too late for President Zuma to reconsider allowing a public interest defence in the Protection of State Information Bill, and to refer it for a judicial check
It is ironic that a country striving to get over the damage and hurt of institutionalised racism is trying to do so by keeping racial classification alive
Communications Minister Yunus Carrim must make the SABC his priority. Once he has digested the report, he must act decisively
Police are to almost double their number of officers trained to deal with unrest, and are ordering more equipment for non-lethal mob dispersal
Does Meshack Radebe’s disclosure and disapproval absolve him of responsibility for the goings-on under his nose?
At the present slaughter rate, global rejection of the illegal wildlife trade will require turbo-charging to save our rhino herd
Runners who dishonour this event should be disqualified from all past and future races, erased entirely from the records
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