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Sunday Independent
23 days ago
Syrian horrors 'exaggerated', claims Mfeketo
Syrian horrors 'exaggerated', claims Mfeketo

If you were just waking up from a five-year coma, you might have been tempted to book a family holiday to Syria, after listening ...

Sunday Independent
23 days ago
Forget the junk, give investors stability
Forget the junk, give investors stability

African leaders should forget about rating agencies and lead their people with purpose and integrity, writes Victor Kgomoeswana.

Sunday Independent
23 days ago
Zuma, Malema two sides of the same coin
Zuma, Malema two sides of the same coin

They use demagogy to sustain power, writes Elvis Masoga.

Sunday Independent
23 days ago
Civil radicalism would befit youth
Civil radicalism would befit youth

Rejecting Africa’s principle of inhlonipho is informed by Western concepts, writes Xolela Mangcu.

Sunday Independent
23 days ago
Africa is now slowly rising from the ashes
Africa is now slowly rising from the ashes

Slavery, colonialism and neo-colonialism shaped our continent and left us underdeveloped, writes Baleka Mbete.

Sunday Independent
23 days ago
DRC faces the heart of darkness
DRC faces the heart of darkness

Two consecutive democratic elections did not restore the state, they merely restored the legitimacy of political power, writes Claude Kabemba.

Sunday Independent
23 days ago
Threat to our democracy must be stopped
Threat to our democracy must be stopped

Two issues have to be urgently addressed, writes George Devenish.

Sunday Independent
23 days ago
Local poll point-scoring
Local poll point-scoring

Manifestos should be based on trends and future expansion in the urban sphere, writes Molifi Tshabalala.

News
25 days ago
Epistemic Injustices: the dark side of academic freedom
Epistemic Injustices: the dark side of academic freedom

This is the prepared text of the 2016 DCS Oosthuizen Academic Freedom Memorial Lecture that was delivered by Eusebius Mckaiser ...

Africa
28 days ago
Africa could do with a dose of punctuality, cleanliness
Africa could do with a dose of punctuality, cleanliness

It is time to jettison the vague notion of African time. And for Africa to clean up its act, writes Sandile Swani.

Cape Argus
28 days ago
Five pieces of wisdom to help us
Five pieces of wisdom to help us

Strategic leadership training would be entirely within senior government leaders’ control, writes Murray Williams.

Cape Argus
28 days ago
All the presidential men: Zuma under review
All the presidential men: Zuma under review

President Jacob Zuma carries the most baggage in terms of graft, nepotism, state capture and self preservation, writes Shafiq Morton.

News
29 days ago
Artistic criticism isn’t censorship
Artistic criticism isn’t censorship

The same speech rights that entitle us to put our views in the public space demand of us to engage our interlocutors on the ...

News
29 days ago
Warning: Grass is not greener on other side
Warning: Grass is not greener on other side

Myan Subrayan spent 12 years in New Zealand before returning to SA and he advises people not to rush to other countries, ...

Sunday Tribune
29 days ago
Time to silence SABC once and for all
Time to silence SABC once and for all

SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng's decision to ban violence from the airwaves is not only manipulative of its viewers and listeners, ...