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23 days ago
Electoral college reform is unlikely
Electoral college reform is unlikely
The Star

Historically, small states and voter disinterest have sunk efforts every time and they'll probably do so again, writes Julian Zelizer.

23 days ago
The art of leadership in an age of extremism
The art of leadership in an age of extremism

It is the ability to recognise that globalisation, change and uncertainty create emasculation and extremism, writes Ebrahim Rasool.

23 days ago
Trump’s transition team is a study in chaos
Trump’s transition team is a study in chaos
World

President-elect Donald Trump has a lot of hiring to do to make up his new administration, writes Kirsty Major.

18 days ago
ANC’s armed struggle was politically hamstrung
ANC’s armed struggle was politically hamstrung
Cape Argus

In the absence of mass mobilisation, MK was doomed to play the role of a propaganda tool, writes Dale McKinley.

18 days ago
'Post-truth' is 2016 word of the year
'Post-truth' is 2016 word of the year
The Star

The international word of the year is meant to capture the "ethos, mood or preoccupations of that particular year", writes Amy Wang.

23 days ago
‘You give me ticket and train will start’
‘You give me ticket and train will start’
The Mercury

Robert de Neef shares a true story about a local seer who frequented his family-in-law near Ballengeich mining compound where they lived.

23 days ago
Graduate tax offers solution to #FeesMustFall impasse
Graduate tax offers solution to #FeesMustFall impasse
Opinion

Peter Hain proposes replacing current student funding models with a graduate tax payable over an extended period of time.

24 days ago
Facebook’s fake news excuses wearing thin
Facebook’s fake news excuses wearing thin

Facebook must confront the responsibilities of being a media company, says Hayley Tsukayama.

24 days ago
So, how do you learn tolerance?
So, how do you learn tolerance?

Today is International Day for Tolerance. If you are not sure how to show tolerance, this guide is meant for you.