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18 December 2016, 07:59am
Hlaudi - our virtuoso entertainer without equal
Hlaudi - our virtuoso entertainer without equal

While others think introspectively, Hlaudi allows what comes to mind to hit the audience. He lets his thoughts flow, writes Madala Thepa.

18 December 2016, 07:42am
Rwanda is the envy of Africa and the world
Rwanda is the envy of Africa and the world

Vision 2050 seeks to make Rwanda a wealthy country, writes Victor Kgomoeswana.

11 December 2016, 1:17pm
SABC rot stinks to high heaven
SABC rot stinks to high heaven

It is a blight on our maturing democracy that the sound of jail doors are not beckoning - yet - for any of the main culprits.

11 December 2016, 12:07pm
Why can’t we support our own success story?
Why can’t we support our own success story?

Why is a black woman entrepreneur struggling to place her wine, proudly titled Ses’fikile, on the stands of major liquor ...

11 December 2016, 11:54am
It will not be a land of milk and honey
It will not be a land of milk and honey

Developing a shale gas industry in SA presents economic, technical and implementation issues, writes Bulelwa Payi.

11 December 2016, 08:34am
Why Mandela’s mystique remains as alluring as ever
Why Mandela’s mystique remains as alluring as ever

What we miss is not the magic of an overblown mythology, but the sense of a considered leader who represents a fraternal ...

11 December 2016, 07:58am
Kabila’s strengths and vulnerabilities as DRC deadline nears
Kabila’s strengths and vulnerabilities as DRC deadline nears
News

Shannon Ebrahim interviews Hans Hoebeke of the International Crisis Group on the DRC.

11 December 2016, 07:39am
Both sides guilty in chemical weapons nightmare
Both sides guilty in chemical weapons nightmare

The Syrian government is just as guilty as Islamic State of using chemical weapons against its own people, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

4 December 2016, 3:30pm
Lessons from Cuba about combating residual racism
Lessons from Cuba about combating residual racism

The death of Fidel Castro brings reflection on how his country handled prejudice, writes William Gumede

4 December 2016, 11:30am
Let’s all play our part in nurturing social justice
Let’s all play our part in nurturing social justice

Cyril Ramaphosa writes that poverty, unemployment and inequality still casts a troubling pall over the incomes of millions of South Africans.

4 December 2016, 11:22am
Come guys, declare war on misogyny
Come guys, declare war on misogyny

Dennis Pather writes that too many men in our country refuse to rise above their deeply ingrained caveman instincts and prejudices.

27 November 2016, 11:43am
Trump win must not put pause on Paris accord
Trump win must not put pause on Paris accord
Sunday Independent

While Donald Trump's administration will only clarify their global climate change agenda early next year, early indications ...

27 November 2016, 09:35am
Proposed minimum wage a chance to build a progressive SA
Proposed minimum wage a chance to build a progressive SA

R3 500 is not a minimum living level, but it's the start of fundamentally changing wage and labour regimes in SA, writes Imraan Valodia.

27 November 2016, 08:54am
Shannon Ebrahim: Yemen blockade will hasten IS revenge on West
Shannon Ebrahim: Yemen blockade will hasten IS revenge on West

Starved of food and medical supplies, Yemenis may resort desperate to measures, including signing up with Islamic State, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

20 November 2016, 2:14pm
Monumental misinterpretation of Indian indenture
Monumental misinterpretation of Indian indenture
Sunday Independent

What a fiasco the Indian indenture monument is turning out to be, says Imraan Buccus.