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African middle class: myth or fact?

The continent's statistics are said to be unreliable. Morten Jerven looks at Africa's middle class figures.

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The people’s power will prevail

The EFF's first National People's Assembly is an important element in a movement for the emancipation of Africa, writes Julius Malema.

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Against the grain of history

Jacob Dlamini’s new work does more than unravel the story of a counter-insurgent, it challenges how we interpret our history, writes Mary Corrigall.

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Sunday Independent Opinion and Anaylsis

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Smash patriarchal glass ceiling
November 9 2014 at 10:09

At a "boardroom level" women in South Africa continue to face challenges in the workplace, writes Edna Molewa.

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Minimum Wage: Mistakes, Myths and Made-up facts
November 9 2014 at 09:57

The Labour Indaba’s decision to proceed with the implementation of a national minimum wage has had a furious response from some commentators.

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The tragedy of judicial limitations
November 9 2014 at 10:12

Universal jurisdiction is something to be excited about, but only when it is effective, writes Lwando Xaso.

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Plain language needed in SACP’s latest revolution pledge
November 2 2014 at 10:11

Aspects of the NDP advocate steps at odds with SACP’s vision of the economy

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White masculinity since 1994
October 26 2014 at 15:19

The Oscar Pistorius trial opened a window on to the world of middle-class Afrikaans men and women, writes Busani Ngcaweni.

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