ND Ebola 1
REUTERS

Ebola diaries: lessons in listening

WHO asked Cheikh Ibrahima Niang to investigate community attitudes to Ebola the virus. He led a team of anthropologists to Sierra Leone just as the outbreak exp... Read Story

nd NO Xenophobia DONE
Indepednent Media

Variations on a racist theme

... from the fairly mild to pathologically severe, writes Glen Henneck

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nd Burundi Tensions
AP

Burundi leader clings to power

He is unperturbed at the high cost of his personal ambition to the people, writes Peter Fabricius

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Nene’s Budget to hit pockets
February 23 2015 at 08:02

Taxpayers to pay the price

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Is it her character or circumstance?
February 20 2015 at 10:58

The Speaker, Baleka Mbete, remains an ambivalent figure. Janet Smith talks to political scientist Professor Daryl Glaser about her role, her life in the ANC and what could happen next

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Less showmanship, more nation building needed
February 20 2015 at 10:49

Many influencers seem to find no wrongdoing with the disorderly fashion with which the Economic Freedom Fighters carries itself as an opposition party

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Still a long walk to social justice in SA
February 20 2015 at 10:44

Adequate education, employment, health care, transport and nutrition for all are essential to create a truly fair society, writes Chris Jones

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Zuma figures unverifiable
February 19 2015 at 07:53

This is the second of two reports fact-checking key claims made during President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation address, researched by Africa Check

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Zuma’s claims in context
February 17 2015 at 07:57

Africa Check examined some of the facts presented by the president in his State of the Nation address last week. Here are some of its findings

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Vice-president clears Mugabe on conflict
February 18 2015 at 10:55

Mugabe’s deputy says the killings in the 80s of 20 000 Ndebele people was a ‘Western plot’, writes Peta Thornycroft

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Parliament belongs to the people, not securocrats
February 17 2015 at 08:06

Draconian measures, such as the illegal use of jamming devices before the opening of Parliament, are the hallmark of authoritarian regimes, write Micah Reddy and Murray Hunter

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What is SA’s role now in the DRC over rebels?
February 17 2015 at 08:05

Suspicion is aroused by lack of action against DRC militants, writes Peter Fabricius

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Media are eyes and ears of a healthy democracy
February 16 2015 at 08:07

Journalists urged to bear more responsibility for nation-building, says Baleka Mbete

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