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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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A lie made my life hell
July 17 2014 at 12:05

A KZN man tells of the devastation to his life of being wrongly accused of sexual harassment

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Creating higher equality
July 16 2014 at 15:31

Women must have greater participation in decision-making, writes Rachel Shanyanana

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It’s a matter of research
July 11 2014 at 14:38

Have South Africans paid R238bn in fuel levies in 6 years? Not if you do the sums, says Africa Check researcher Anim van Wyk

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When it comes to all things being unequal
July 10 2014 at 07:46

It has never been about overpopulation, writes Mark Tomlinson

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Blame game politics
July 9 2014 at 11:08

Political escapism manifested as anti-Indian resentment is set in a faulty analysis of the situation, writes Chris Maxon

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Kenyatta playing a risky game
July 8 2014 at 08:22

Kenyan president is making scapegoats of his political and tribal opponents, writes Peter Fabricius

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Chances of beating chronic case of finger-itis is remote
July 7 2014 at 09:10

It’s been another case of going down with a dose of finger-itis these past few days

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‘I am not a paedophile,’ he said
July 4 2014 at 22:37

But 56 8mm tapes found in Matthew Coniglio’s home suggest otherwise, write Mitch Weiss, Ray Henry and Kate Brumback

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Marikana a turning point for SA
July 2 2014 at 16:01

New forces will ensure that there is no return to business as usual after the mine strike, writes Richard Pithouse.

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Were his actions reasonable or not?
July 1 2014 at 08:45

The panel of psychiatrists that studied Oscar Pistorius could be wrong about his criminal responsibility. But then again they could be right

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