MWP
Mondi

Most threatened ecosystems

Is a future without intact and healthy wetlands a possibility or is this just headline hype? asks Vaughan Koopman

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ND Edna Molewa rhino
Masi Losi

Action speaks louder than words

When listening to Minister of Environmental Affairs discuss tackling rhino poaching, there is little of real substance on the key issues, writes Andrea Teagle Read Story

ND BARBED WIRE
Independent Media

Behind high walls and barbed wire

Does SA have the largest private security industry in the world? Africa Check’s Kate Wilkinson finds out

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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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Scotland the divided
September 11 2014 at 07:34

Scotland can expect a monumental hangover after independence vote – yes or no, writes Bill Coles

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The root of all evil… us
September 10 2014 at 11:35

A disturbing new probe finds that we are all capable of committing atrocities under the right conditions, writes Richard Ingham

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Thabane still treads minefield
September 9 2014 at 11:02

SA averted a coup in Lesotho, but its prime minister can still lose power – in parliament, writes Peter Fabricius

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Let Ebola inspire change in Africa
September 5 2014 at 11:47

The epidemic is spotlighting weaknesses in leadership, health systems and the continent’s response, writes Chris Maxon

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Blurring boundaries risky for democracy
September 4 2014 at 09:00

We’re on a slippery slope if Parliament uses displays of state power to protect the president from hard questions about Nkandla, writes Judith February

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Think global, but buying local is lekker
September 3 2014 at 10:25

Avoid cheap imports to reduce your carbon footprint. Informed choices like this can help address climate issues, writes Kamleshan Pillay

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