One cannot help thinking that Mandela would have grinned in delight that he caused the handshake between Obama and Castro
Small as they are, cellphones have had a mighty impact
On Friday and at the weekend people seemed, in spite of their grief, to have adjusted to the idea of South Africa without a father
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Controlled sales are worth trying, in spite of their risks
It is difficult to imagine anything crueller than having to stand and watch a grandmother trapped in her burning home, and being unable to do anything about it.
Dumping faeces, detestable attacks – we are entitled to better
Obama’s announcement of a summit of African leaders in the US next year to discuss continental issues offers a glimmer of hope
Public representatives are there to serve the interests of those who live and work in their areas
Angie Motshekga’s department’s attack on EE, however, was a serious mistake – in fact, constitutionality and taste
One does not have to look too far to see the nasty lessons of a botched process, where rabble-rousing triumphs
Prime Minister David Cameron cannot hide here behind customary silence on security matters
If Safa does not wake up to this, and act, we will remain a mediocre football playing nation
City must keep up its vigilance at all our beaches
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