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Snapshots that ask: who are we?

For every family, there is a photo that fixes a detail that has something important to say about who we are, writes Michael Morris.

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Letter: Mbete’s alleged bias worthy of debate

Was Mmusi Maimane’s not a legitimate concern of a responsible parliamentary representative? asks Professor Themba Sono.

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Do something before last rhino falls

Amid the haggling about legalising trade, and the pussyfooting around politics, the poachers are winning, says Braam Malherbe.

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Zille, Mbeki two peas in a pod on Aids
September 8 2014 at 04:52

Fancy a public health nightmare? Imagine Helen Zille as the next minister of health, writes Eusebius McKaiser.

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A protector with limited powers
September 7 2014 at 06:30

In her role as an ombudsman, Thuli Madonsela can advise but not enforce her decisions, writes Mtende Mhango.

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Women’s emancipation talk shops get us nowhere
September 7 2014 at 06:08

It is depressing - one ends up being like a mouse inside a trap-cage, writes Malaika wa Azania

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DA needs to make principles relevant to SA
September 7 2014 at 06:00

Tony Leon warns his former party that they must take measures which will improve people’s lives and life chances.

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Is this the beginning of the end for Zuma?
September 7 2014 at 05:51

Jovial Rantao says the release of the spy tapes points towards a gradual parting of the ways between President Jacob Zuma and the ruling party.

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A traffic jam in the gantries committee
September 7 2014 at 05:44

Landiwe Mahalngu says the e-toll review panel will go down in history as probably the best balancing act by Gauteng authorities.

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Allow the ANC space to engage the public
September 7 2014 at 05:20

Under the guise of talking truth to power, several antinomian elements are trying to suppress debate and wrestle power from the ruling party, writes Gwede Mantashe

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Fighting corruption an ongoing struggle
September 7 2014 at 05:15

International Transparency Day may have gone unnoticed. But for Corruption Watch it’s a chance to call for the unmasking of the corrupt, writes Candice Bailey

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In defence of the indefensible
September 7 2014 at 05:06

Lebo Keswa takes issue with Thami Ka Plaatjie's open letter to the Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela.

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Ebola lays bare the fragility of the ‘Africa rising’ dream
September 6 2014 at 18:15

Ebola has laid bare Africa’s institutional vulnerability, and for once rapacious Europeans are not to blame, writes William Saunderson-Meyer.

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