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The Washington Post

Shadow hangs over rural hamlet

When a black mayor was voted in, most of the city’s small staff walked out, but residents say it has nothing to do with race, writes Lindsey Bever.

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Independent Newspapers

‘Freedom Day’ for shack dwellers only words

Freedom is not something held in the hands of politicians and renewed on April 27 each year, writes Abahlali baseMjondolo

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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

Nigeria revelling in chance to settle scores

Nigeria is using the xenophobia outbreak to settle scores with its biggest rival on the continent, writes Peter Fabricius

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For Mac, the knife cuts both ways
April 11 2015 at 17:27

As ANC veteran Mac Maharaj's days in office come to an end, loyalists salute him and foes condemn him, writes Janet Smith.

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We can’t obliterate our colonial past
April 10 2015 at 15:10

SA itself is a colonial construct. Should we deface the country, then, to express our rage? asks Peter Fabricius.

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Horse memorial attack makes no sense
April 10 2015 at 15:10

It is hard to think of a less deserving object of desecration than the Horse Memorial in PE, says Dr Beverley Roos-Muller.

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New wrongs can’t correct old ones
April 10 2015 at 15:08

The BEE scheme is designed for some to win and others to lose - just like apartheid, writes Gerhard Papenfus.

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What lured a Cape Town girl to IS?
April 10 2015 at 08:44

Girls are beguiled by images romantic and untrue. It’s powerful propaganda that exploits their naivety, says Shannon Ebrahim.

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Helping Cosatu remain relevant
April 9 2015 at 14:59

The movement does not need to return to what it was: it needs to become something different, says Steven Friedman.

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A decade later and no closer to answer
April 9 2015 at 15:00

A recent case highlights the difficulties that can be experienced by people on the other end of a land claim, says Carmel Rickard.

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Back to the poo that started it all
April 9 2015 at 08:40

The outrage that provoked the smelly opening act in the Rhodes statue saga has been flushed away, says Steven Robins.

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Why is one man worth 22 lives?
April 8 2015 at 14:57

What's going on at the notorious Glebelands hostel that nearly two dozen people have been killed there, asks Vanessa Burger.

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Property porn a big turn-off
April 8 2015 at 14:57

Just like pornography, the frothy end of our property market is distorted, artificially enhanced and morally wrong, says Mike Wills.

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