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Biko’s legacy more relevant than ever

It speaks to all of us on what can be done to free so many South Africans from the shackles of poverty, says Tutu Faleni.

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There is no Chinese bogeyman

By introducing Mandarin into our public schools we are merely uniting in our diversity, says Buntu Siwisa.

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The scars of conscription

Theresa Edlmann examines the lingering, unspoken pain of white youth who fought for apartheid.

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Proletarian woman still without a voice
August 16 2015 at 01:51

How will the ANC Women’s League help to realise economic freedom for all women, asks Gugu Ndima

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Cecil’s death signifies a shift
August 15 2015 at 15:45

Shooting exposes deep-seated differences on meaning and importance of conserving wild animals and hunting, writes Peter Fabricius.

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Bridging the gap between government and people
August 14 2015 at 17:38

Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge has found her niche helping civil society movements build capacity and attract funding, writes Gasant Abarder.

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Debate cuts to heart of journalism
August 14 2015 at 13:59

South African media found itself once again in the middle of heated introspection this week, writes Kevin Ritchie.

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‘State is happy to trade with Israel’
August 13 2015 at 17:55

Woolworths defends its position to continue doing business with Israel to Janet Smith

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The war in our backyard
August 13 2015 at 18:53

How long can we withstand the battering from a state that does not care for its people, writes Vanessa Burger

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Apartheid-era crimes still haunt us
August 13 2015 at 11:06

An accountability vacuum remains for the families of many of those murdered under the regime, writes Angela Mudukuti.

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Letter: I’m sorry, President Zuma
August 13 2015 at 10:05

Steven Motale writes that he’s been party to the sinister agenda against President Zuma, and can only apologise for that.

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It’s the oval ball or wrecking ball
August 12 2015 at 21:04

Football will never provide a sustainable fiscal base for Cape Town Stadium, says Mike Wills.

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Bok, Puma match disses our history
August 12 2015 at 19:24

Why did Saru agree to a match celebrating the apartheid history of Argentine and white Springbok rugby? asks Dougie Oakes.

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