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Gruelling road to K-pop stardom

South Korean children make tough sacrifices to make it big in the ‘Korean Wave’ pop industry, writes Ju-min Park

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SA’s school journey

To try and make sense of the different curriculums in schools, Professor Labby Ramrathan unpacks the curriculum changes since 1996

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Piracy is part of the digital world

South African musicians need to innovate so as to not lose out on profits, writes Nkokhi Mlungisi Mlangeni

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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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Rhinos: we’re losing the war
September 25 2014 at 07:47

That they’re dying is an economic problem and legalising the horn trade is a possible solution, writes Braam Malherbe

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Day to start a new tale for SA
September 23 2014 at 21:05

Cato Manor changed with the 1949 riots from a place of plenty to a place of prejudice and fear, writes Usha Naidu

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Nigeria must be held accountable
September 23 2014 at 08:03

Pretoria must insist on full compensation for lives lost, writes Peter Fabricius

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Our heroes with feet of clay
September 22 2014 at 09:30

South Africans have complicated relationships with their heroes who have stumbled, writes Judith February

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Beneath the web of violence
September 19 2014 at 11:34

Just look at our recent history to understand the extent and effect of SA’s crime statistics, writes Dr Chandre Gould

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Democracy dealt a blow
September 18 2014 at 11:30

ANC won Mbete battle by steamroller tactics, writes senior political correspondent Marianne Merten

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Sharing deep relations
September 17 2014 at 07:08

Australia and South Africa are partners for the future, writes Australian Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop

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Independence could point way
September 16 2014 at 12:25

A successful Yes vote in Scotland on Thursday could be bad news for Africans, writes Peter Fabricius

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Sport needs to embrace change
September 15 2014 at 10:44

Black officials must challenge the system when it fails to provide for disadvantaged groups, writes Cheryl Roberts

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