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Proof of our indifference

When a famous person is killed they become public property, the scandal overrides gender-based violence, writes Kine Dineo Mokwena-Kessi

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Road death stats open to question

Does the carnage on our roads claim more lives than Aids, TB? Africa Check’s Sintha Chiumia reports

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Change stance of SA’s striking workers

Amending legislation will not be enough to end violent industrial action, writes Gordon Angus

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Proof of our indifference
October 30 2014 at 12:17

When a famous person is killed they become public property, the scandal overrides gender-based violence, writes Kine Dineo Mokwena-Kessi

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Road death stats open to question
October 28 2014 at 10:11

Does the carnage on our roads claim more lives than Aids, TB? Africa Check’s Sintha Chiumia reports

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Change stance of SA’s striking workers
October 27 2014 at 10:14

Amending legislation will not be enough to end violent industrial action, writes Gordon Angus

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New ally in rhino war
October 24 2014 at 13:04

Those who care about conservation see the big picture, writes Dr Bandile Mkhize

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20 years: the lying must stop
October 23 2014 at 11:50

Democracy in the new South Africa has not produced honest or fair government, writes S’bu Zikode

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Tending the light within us
October 22 2014 at 12:53

Usha Naidu looks at the rituals behind the Festival of Lights and also some of the subliminal messages of Diwali

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Criticism floods Twittersphere
October 22 2014 at 12:20

Donald Trump and other media commentators weigh in on sentence

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To tell the truth… at all costs
October 21 2014 at 08:31

It’s remembered as Black Wednesday, a day in October 1977 when the apartheid government banned a number of publications and arrested journalists. Thirty-seven years on South Africa is free, but for the media the pric... Read Story
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Democracy a work in progress in SADC
October 21 2014 at 08:18

The parties that governed at independence are likely to continue, writes Peter Fabricius

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The education dilemma
October 20 2014 at 11:48

When schools score a big F and universities are blamed, it is instructive to note who does what in preparing our young teachers, writes Maureen Robinson

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