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7 July 2016, 10:07pm
Don was an affirmer and empowerer
Don was an affirmer and empowerer
The Mercury

The late Don Mkhwanazi believed in others sometimes far more than they believed in themselves; uplifting and promoting them ...

6 July 2016, 09:09am
I say everyone can use the Mandela name
I say everyone can use the Mandela name
The Mercury

Only ignorance can seek to reduce former president Nelson Mandela to a party brand, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

29 June 2016, 2:30pm
Hlaudi or freedom? ANC must choose
Hlaudi or freedom? ANC must choose
The Mercury

Acting like the Führer, Hlaudi is riding roughshod over the SABC, with silent approval from the ANC, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

23 June 2016, 8:47pm
Is ‘government’ becoming redundant?
Is ‘government’ becoming redundant?
The Mercury

Citizens are disengaging from the processes of the government, writes Mashupye Herbert Maserumule

22 June 2016, 9:15pm
KZN and the 4th Revolution
KZN and the 4th Revolution
The Mercury

We are ready to steer the province through a time of technological and other change that will fundamentally alter the way ...

22 June 2016, 2:30pm
Lead-up to polls now a battle to the death
Lead-up to polls now a battle to the death
The Mercury

Thoko Didiza is now the eye of the storm of an all-or-nothing politics that has nothing to do with her, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

21 June 2016, 9:27pm
Finding the right tools to tackle racism
Finding the right tools to tackle racism
The Mercury

Because racism is constantly adapting, we must identify ways to bring change that does not lead into its own dynamics of ...

15 June 2016, 2:31pm
After #IamCharlie - I declare#Imgay
After #IamCharlie - I declare#Imgay
The Mercury

In the wake of the US gay club shooting, we should make a greater effort to be more empathetic than sympathetic, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

8 June 2016, 1:49pm
What happened to justice for all?
What happened to justice for all?
The Mercury

It seems we are breeding a state where those who are supposed to enforce the law think they themselves are the law, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.