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15 October 2016, 2:46pm
OPINION: Cry, the beloved, hungry country
OPINION: Cry, the beloved, hungry country
Saturday Star

One in four of SA's people are hungry on a regular basis, causing malnutrition and deformities among children, writes Arundhatie B Kundal.

15 October 2016, 2:16pm
OPINION: Why we are protesting
OPINION: Why we are protesting
Saturday Star

Masego Panyane spoke to some of the students on the front lines of the #FeesMustFall protests.

8 October 2016, 3:23pm
Unsung Struggle heroes; but was Sugarman one?
Unsung Struggle heroes; but was Sugarman one?
Saturday Star

Two podcast hosts set out on a search for answers and to set the record straight about Searching for Sugar Man. Shaun Smillie reports

8 October 2016, 3:08pm
A bridge too far for stowaways
A bridge too far for stowaways
Saturday Star

Sean Hunter Christie presents Cape Town as it has never been seen in Under Nelson Mandela Boulevard. Here's an extract...

8 October 2016, 1:20pm
OPINION: Don't let means destroy a noble cause
OPINION: Don't let means destroy a noble cause
Saturday Star

Whether classes resume or we lose out on the academic year by continuing to protest, there will be no winner, writes Kabelo Chabalala.

24 September 2016, 5:08pm
OPINION: Mama Winnie is a woman of great courage
OPINION: Mama Winnie is a woman of great courage
Saturday Star

Happy 80th birthday, comrade uMama Nomzamo Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, writes MK Malefane.

24 September 2016, 4:00pm
Go home and wait to die
Go home and wait to die
Saturday Star

Broke & Broken, written by Lucas Ledwaba and Leon Sadiki, is the story of the thousands of men who paid with their lives for generations.

24 September 2016, 3:43pm
New insiders, old outsiders
New insiders, old outsiders
Saturday Star

In the first of a five-part extract from his book on the history of the education crisis, Malcolm Ray looks at democracy's early years.

17 September 2016, 3:41pm
'A horrified 21-year-old white girl'
'A horrified 21-year-old white girl'
Saturday Star

Author Bridget Hilton-Barber describes in chilling detail how desperate things became during the apartheid era.