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8 days ago
Harrowing tale of family's search for safety
Harrowing tale of family's search for safety

James Biamungu’s only crime was that he was born a Tutsi Banyamulenge in the eastern DRC, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

10 days ago
Lots of words, now for action
Lots of words, now for action

Voters have notified the ANC that meaningful changes are what they seek. Delivery is everything

10 days ago
Conflicted in the classroom
Conflicted in the classroom

Evolution vs creation: teachers try to balance faith and their lessons, write Michele Stears, Angela James, Edith Roslyn Dempster and Pierre Clément

10 days ago
Praise freedom – not apartheid
Praise freedom – not apartheid

Indians did not benefit from apartheid, writes Standard Bank chief economist Goolam Ballim

11 days ago
Testing the truth of SA's democracy
Testing the truth of SA's democracy

The High-Level High Panel on the Assessment of Key Legislation and Acceleration of Fundamental Change aims to to drill down ...

11 days ago
Wayde's golden day
Wayde's golden day

Years of sprinting, discipline and all that preparation saw him peak on cue, and his family was there to see it. It was a perfect day.

11 days ago
To the creatively maladjusted: your country needs you
To the creatively maladjusted: your country needs you

Four years after #Marikana and justice is still waiting to be served, writes Janet Smith

12 days ago
We have to reflect the truth, get to the ground
We have to reflect the truth, get to the ground

This week Judge Navi Pillay delivered the keynote address at the 77th Biennial Conference of the International Law Association.

12 days ago
Community hall row sparks tensions
Community hall row sparks tensions

Chief and ward councillor are trampling over the authority of Matiwaneskop landowners, writes Thiyane Duda

12 days ago
How have our laws built our society?
How have our laws built our society?

It is important to know the impact the legal system has on citizens, writes Kgalema Motlanthe

12 days ago
Mantashe's motives are suspect
Mantashe's motives are suspect

The ANC showed no appetite for electoral reform while it enjoyed the support of most of the voters, writes Eusebius McKaiser.

18 days ago
Women talking truth to power
Women talking truth to power

Women might be free, constitutionally. But socially and economically, there is still a long road to go

18 days ago
Tribal ties played down in Zambia
Tribal ties played down in Zambia

Ethnicity the elephant in the room throughout the continent, just as race ​card is in SA politics, writes Peter Fabricius

18 days ago
VIDEO: SA's top 10 power women
VIDEO: SA's top 10 power women

These are women that have left an indelible mark on society through their contributions in various fileds.

18 days ago
VIDEO: Celebrating SA women
VIDEO: Celebrating SA women

While honouring the 20 000 women who marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria in 1956 to protest the pass laws, we take ...