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52 days ago
ANC showing its fault lines
ANC showing its fault lines

Electoral tremors are shaking the ruling party. How will it respond? Susan Booysen looks at the emerging scenario

53 days ago
English a second fiddle
English a second fiddle

Rajend Mesthrie explains how the Queen’s English has had to defer to Africa’s rich multilingualism

53 days ago
Comforting side of SA
Comforting side of SA

#MillionComforts: South Africans truly surpassed themselves in thoughtfulness and generosity, filling drop-bins in 88 outlets countrywide

54 days ago
We can walk the talk… and fund it
We can walk the talk… and fund it

African women are being presented with an opportunity to drive transformation for gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.

54 days ago
When authorities turn a blind eye
When authorities turn a blind eye

We need to hear young women’s voices on violence, Savera Kalideen writes

54 days ago
Zuma urges SA to vote to celebrate democracy
Zuma urges SA to vote to celebrate democracy

President Jacob Zuma urges all South Africans to exercise their votes in the local government election.

55 days ago
Voters have the whip hand
Voters have the whip hand

Voters need to let their public representatives know that they serve at their pleasure, that voters have the power of correction.

56 days ago
The unwary were to blame for tragedy
The unwary were to blame for tragedy

Nicky Falkof explores how, during the height of apartheid, family murders became what was termed a ‘bloody epidemic’

56 days ago
Prescription for strife in Africa
Prescription for strife in Africa

A leading academic urges a 10-year breather from democracy to allow warring parties to settle down after emerging from years of conflict