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28 October 2015, 09:35am
#HotSpringPrivilegeMustFall
#HotSpringPrivilegeMustFall
The Mercury

Why do so many want to behave like the snow monkeys of Jigokudani and horde opportunities, asks Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

14 October 2015, 08:34am
ANC must make frugality fashionable
ANC must make frugality fashionable
The Mercury

The ANC needs to examine the grasping, flashy vulgarity of many in its ranks, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

23 September 2015, 06:43am
A gospel that preys on the poor
A gospel that preys on the poor
The Mercury

What kind of theology allows for a pastor to accept a R2m car from someone whose mother says she goes to bed hungry, asks Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

11 September 2015, 3:49pm
The Gulf States’ dismal moral failure
The Gulf States’ dismal moral failure
The Mercury

The Arab world is largely turning its back on Syrian refugees, while other countries are being pressured, writes Shannon Ebrahim

5 August 2015, 07:59am
Ancestors’ virtues or vices irrelevant
Ancestors’ virtues or vices irrelevant
The Mercury

It's hypocritical and pointless celebrating that someone outed Zuma as a descendant of traitors, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

30 July 2015, 3:30pm
The arduous road to global justice
The arduous road to global justice
The Mercury

The trial of Hissene Habre shows that there are limitations to the administration of international justice, writes Angela Mudukuti

10 June 2015, 07:55am
Take heed of the working class
Take heed of the working class
The Mercury

It's in everyone's best interests to not allow the hopelessness of the working class to continue, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

8 June 2015, 3:53pm
Letter: Why so racist, my fellow Millennial?
Letter: Why so racist, my fellow Millennial?
The Mercury

I can wash off the alcohol that you throw at me, but you cannot wash away the hate inside you, writes Meghan Deonn Oberholzer.

22 April 2015, 08:07am
We can’t fix ourselves by hurting others
We can’t fix ourselves by hurting others
The Mercury

South Africa needs a dedicated project to heal the wounds of apartheid, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.