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The education dilemma

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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Customary law ignored

Perpetuating bifurcated democracy will see those most in need continue to be the most oppressed, writes Chris Pieters

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Being defensive about Ebola is unproductive

Leaders allow emotions to get in the way of stopping calamity, 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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Never again: Gaza’s testimony
October 3 2014 at 12:42

An international tribunal has found that Israel was on the brink of committing genocide, writes Suraya Dadoo

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Customary law ignored
October 15 2014 at 08:10

Perpetuating bifurcated democracy will see those most in need continue to be the most oppressed, writes Chris Pieters

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Being defensive about Ebola is unproductive
October 14 2014 at 12:53

Leaders allow emotions to get in the way of stopping calamity, writes Peter Fabricius

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Apartheid memories hurt
October 10 2014 at 11:12

I have often read in letters to the editor that apartheid has long been dead and buried, and that people in SA should just move on, writes Thiru Moodley

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Much more than theatrics needed
October 9 2014 at 09:38

A responsible opposition is necessary to the proper working of Parliament, writes George Devenish

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We have lost empathy
October 8 2014 at 11:41

Reading through Facebook posts I came across a thread that was disturbing, writes Usha Naidu

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SA stands firm on gay rights
October 7 2014 at 12:35

Although human rights values were seemingly compromised to toe China’s line on Dalai Lama, writes Peter Fabricius

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The life and times of OR
October 6 2014 at 11:09

Oliver Reginald Tambo was an icon in the struggle and remains an asset to the ANC, writes Thabani Khumalo

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SA’s role in African peace
September 26 2014 at 10:08

Expectations remain high of our power to maintain stability, write Ian Liebenberg and Benjamin Mokoena

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