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15 days ago
The F-word: Save the miners and let Anderson in
The F-word: Save the miners and let Anderson in
The Mercury

These decisions are not a reflection of what we think of the illegal miners or anti-gay pastor, but of the type of people ...

15 days ago
Why no outrage at treatment of dreadlocked pupils?
Why no outrage at treatment of dreadlocked pupils?
Cape Argus

The silence when it comes to the treatment of Rastafari kids and black children who keep dreadlocks is deafening, says Thando Sipuye.

16 days ago
Ray McCauley: Student protest has its limits
Ray McCauley: Student protest has its limits
The Star

Guidelines restricting what will be tolerated in the name of dissatisfaction are key or infrastructure will be destroyed, writes Ray McCauley.

16 days ago
Danny’s Diary: Divided between two worlds
Danny’s Diary: Divided between two worlds
Cape Argus

On the Friday I was Danny the homeless guy, the Monday I was Danny from the Cape Argus - the only difference was I had a job, writes Danny Oosthuizen.

17 days ago
9/11’s legacy of violence
9/11’s legacy of violence
Cape Argus

A deadly cycle of terror by extremist groups and terror by powerful states started on September 11 2001, says Imam Rashied Omar.

17 days ago
Murray Williams: City should take bikes seriously
Murray Williams: City should take bikes seriously
Cape Argus

A local government which takes cycling seriously is vastly more likely to be progressive in myriad other ways too, writes Murray Williams.

17 days ago
Time for Clinton to come clean about health
Time for Clinton to come clean about health
World

Hillary Clinton's health just became a real issue in the presidential campaign, writes Chris Cillizza.

17 days ago
‘We want proper schools and we want them now’
‘We want proper schools and we want them now’
The Star

Two high school members of Equal Education tell us of their experiences...

17 days ago
Eusebius McKaiser: The moral limits on free speech
Eusebius McKaiser: The moral limits on free speech
Cape Times

Advocates of complete freedom fail to take adequate account of the consequences involved, writes Eusebius McKaiser.