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19 June 2016, 10:47am
SA’s remarkable black war heroes
SA’s remarkable black war heroes
Sunday Independent

Two SA prisoners of war went on to 'fight' another day after Tobruk fell to Germany’s Afrika Korps in the Second World War, writes Michael Morris.

19 June 2016, 10:34am
Pupils’ discipline holds great value
Pupils’ discipline holds great value
Sunday Independent

So if everyone agrees that discipline is a key to safety in school, why do we still have a problem? asks Panyaza Lesufi.

19 June 2016, 10:10am
Time to push for finance sector transformation
Time to push for finance sector transformation
Sunday Independent

SA’s asset management industry is worth trillions of rands; yet, only 4 percent of it is managed by black-owned firms, writes Victor Kgomoeswana.

12 June 2016, 10:53am
SABC aims to tell it like it's not
SABC aims to tell it like it's not
Sunday Independent

Good day to you from Auckland Park. This is your prime time news bulletin - diligently scripted and discreetly censored by our COO.

12 June 2016, 10:44am
Let the courage of the lions of '76 inspire us
Let the courage of the lions of '76 inspire us
Sunday Independent

The current generation of youth activists need to emulate those of 1976 and pick up the spear and lead without fear, writes Kenny Morolong.

12 June 2016, 10:24am
Deploy best cadres to local government
Deploy best cadres to local government
Sunday Independent

Local government is the sphere that requires greater capacity and delivery and therefore highly capable leadership, writes Dumisani Hlophe.

12 June 2016, 10:03am
Free wi-fi an absolute must
Free wi-fi an absolute must
Sunday Independent

If your restaurant, hotel, B&B or conference centre does not offer free wi-fi, I am your pest, officially, from now on, says Victor Kgomoeswana.

12 June 2016, 09:50am
Brace yourselves for a new sycophant
Brace yourselves for a new sycophant
Sunday Independent

An independent public protector to replace Thuli Madonsela is bad news for Zuma’s ANC, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.

29 May 2016, 11:00am
Real changes in Cuba may flatter to deceive
Real changes in Cuba may flatter to deceive
Politics

Some in Cuba fear that an influx of US investment and trade will create an increasingly assertive middle class which will ...