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10 days ago
Crying shame there was no help for Gugu Zulu
Crying shame there was no help for Gugu Zulu
The Star

Gugu Zulu died while climbing Mt Kilimanjaro for the #Trek4Mandela expedition. Jovial Rantao was part of the group. This is what he has to say...

10 days ago
'Guardian Angels' protect us while we sleep
'Guardian Angels' protect us while we sleep
Cape Argus

Neighbourhood watches can be profoundly valuable in fostering unity, because every single one of us cares passionately about ...

10 days ago
SA’s UN vote a step in the wrong direction
SA’s UN vote a step in the wrong direction
The Star

The Rainbow Nation's recent vote at the UN against freedom of expression on the internet tarnishes its global image, writes Penelope Andrews.

10 days ago
#AIDS2016: Why the conference still matters
#AIDS2016: Why the conference still matters
Special Features

Professor Mzi Nduna tells Candice Bailey why the International AIDS Conference is more than a "talk shop".

11 days ago
Synoptic approach to justice needed
Synoptic approach to justice needed
News

A comprehensive analysis of our democratic backsliding across society is crucial to fighting the rot, writes Eusebius McKaiser.

11 days ago
Terror attacks pose threat to all
Terror attacks pose threat to all
Sunday Independent

When countries of the world work together for common good what happened in Nice can be defeated, writes Victor Kgomoeswana.

11 days ago
Madiba was a son of the ANC, but belongs to all
Madiba was a son of the ANC, but belongs to all
Sunday Independent

Nelson Mandela stood for a vision we should all aspire to, writes Dumisani Hlophe.

11 days ago
Malema’s buffoonery rules him out
Malema’s buffoonery rules him out
Sunday Independent

With a jester at the helm, the EFF has the media attention but the party isn't a real contender for power, writes Imraan Buccus.

11 days ago
#AIDS2016: Meeting the challenge together
#AIDS2016: Meeting the challenge together
Special Features

The SA government and Pepfar form a powerful team, write Patrick Gaspard and Aaron Motsoaledi.

11 days ago
Resilience on Robben Island
Resilience on Robben Island
News

Nelson Mandela's comrades Laloo "Isu" Chiba and Ahmed Kathrada tell Janet Smith about their lives as prisoners on Robben Island.

11 days ago
A nerve-racking cocktail
A nerve-racking cocktail
News

One of Madiba's greatest comrades Laloo 'Isu" Chiba tells Janet Smith about the torture he endured at the hands of police ...

12 days ago
#AIDS2016: Teens 'sex for money' behind spike
#AIDS2016: Teens 'sex for money' behind spike
Special Features

Reducing HIV in young women is essential for the Aids response in Africa, writes Professor Salim Abdool Karim.

13 days ago
A new life's journey steered by a guiding light
A new life's journey steered by a guiding light
News

As we prepare to mark Mandela Week, one of Madiba's's greatest comrades and a true SA revolutionary hero, Laloo 'Isu' Chiba, ...

14 days ago
South China Sea ruling ‘null and avoid’
South China Sea ruling ‘null and avoid’
The Star

Shannon Ebrahim discussed the outcome of this week's South China Sea arbitration with Chinese ambassador Tian Xuejun.

14 days ago
How West misperceives and misconceives Chinese politics
How West misperceives and misconceives Chinese politics
The Star

The West should not make the strategic error of assuming that China will not fight to defend its right to navigate freely ...