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3 days ago
Living the nightmare of city going nowhere slowly
Living the nightmare of city going nowhere slowly

We cannot build our way out of congestion because traffic everywhere in the world seems to be expanding, writes Mike Wills.

4 days ago
SA’s failed system of mine closure
SA’s failed system of mine closure

Labour issues are enormous, but getting companies to honour other promises made before mine closures, is also dispiriting, writes Mark Olalde.

4 days ago
Embrace life with love, compassion or loot and destroy
Embrace life with love, compassion or loot and destroy

If the chaos at the switching on of the lights was any indication, Cape Town is in for a rough festive season, writes Danny Oosthuizen.

4 days ago
Reflection on SA's bumpy ride
Reflection on SA's bumpy ride

We have faced crisis after crisis, but I hope we have good people who will make sure we do not self-destruct, writes Ray McCauley.

5 days ago
Let us make Madiba’s long walk our own long walk
Let us make Madiba’s long walk our own long walk

This is the keynote address delivered by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Nelson Mandela Memorial Dialogue.

5 days ago
Sexuality vs humanity
Sexuality vs humanity
News

The challenges faced by the LGBTI community in South Africa keep growing despite our liberal constitution, writes Lungile Kubheka

5 days ago
Biker’s Toy Run is about kids, not riders' egos
Biker’s Toy Run is about kids, not riders' egos
Bikes, Quads & karts

It is not the Charity Toy Run that is lost its direction - it is we, the riders, who have lost ours, writes Dave Abrahams.

6 days ago
Lessons from Cuba about combating residual racism
Lessons from Cuba about combating residual racism
Analysis

The death of Fidel Castro brings reflection on how his country handled prejudice, writes William Gumede

6 days ago
Reinventing a state for public good
Reinventing a state for public good
Dispatch

Is there collusion between political elites and captains of industry amid state capture, asks Muxe Nkondo