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21 days ago
Braving the mean streets for a night at the theatre
Braving the mean streets for a night at the theatre

The Windybrow Theatre has undergone renovations during the past two years, and is now bringing life back to Hillbrow, writes Edward Tsumele.

21 days ago
Time ripe to make Hillbrow appealing and vibrant again
Time ripe to make Hillbrow appealing and vibrant again

There is light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to transforming Hillbrow once again into a vibrant, culturally and ...

21 days ago
Mobilising the black African subaltern classes
Mobilising the black African subaltern classes

Andile Mngxitama is rapidly becoming the authority and custodian of the campaign against white monopoly capital, writes Malesela Steve Lebelo.

21 days ago
In defence of my criticism of Trevor Noah’s book
In defence of my criticism of Trevor Noah’s book

It is my professional duty to make myself vulnerable to the lives of others. It is also my duty to discern fact from fiction, writes Gabriel Crouse.

21 days ago
Lily-livered members should have delivered
Lily-livered members should have delivered

It would appear we were hasty in thinking the committee probing the SABC was a shining example of what parliamentarians should ...

21 days ago
Getting it straight and honest - at the carwash
Getting it straight and honest - at the carwash

Victor Kgmoeswana got into an eye-opening discussion with Biggie, the carwash attendant, about Ficab, Caps and PepEP.

21 days ago
A cop who we thought was right for top job
A cop who we thought was right for top job

As more and more revelations about Khomotso Phahlane come to the fore, many are wondering what could possibly have gone wrong, writes Lebo Kheswa.

21 days ago
The national grievance remains unattended to
The national grievance remains unattended to

The debate about white monopoly capital has been going on for too long. The government must act, says Mcebisi Ndletyana.

22 days ago
Missed opportunity for Africa
Missed opportunity for Africa

Barack Obama could have done more for the continent by supporting pro-democracy protests, writes Benjamin Talton.