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Sunday Tribune
20 Dec '15, 07:00am
Was Zuma high on China when he fired Nene?
Was Zuma high on China when he fired Nene?

Peter Fabricius wants to know what President Zuma makes of the days following his axing of Nhlanhla Nene as finance minister.

Sunday Independent
20 Dec '15, 07:00am
The future IS in our hands
The future IS in our hands

Victor Kgomoeswana says 2015 showed us that only our collective commitment to a winning nation and leadership will save us.

Sunday Independent
22 Nov '15, 07:30am
Jolted from ‘passive’ stance on terror
Jolted from ‘passive’ stance on terror

Dutch PM Mark Rutte’s visit forced President Zuma to face the reality of the danger Islamic State poses, writes Peter Fabricius.

Sunday Independent
15 Nov '15, 4:47pm
Piketty’s plan for levelling playing fields
Piketty’s plan for levelling playing fields

Khalil Goga and Verne Harris discuss Thomas Piketty’s ideas for reducing inequality in South Africa.

Sunday Independent
15 Nov '15, 1:43pm
Racism must fall for DA to succeed
Racism must fall for DA to succeed

The Kohler Barnard case is critical for Mmusi Maimane’s integrity, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.

Sunday Independent
15 Nov '15, 11:43am
The youth have had enough
The youth have had enough

Empty promises no longer hold sway. Black youth want to be seen, heard and valued, writes Gillian Schutte.

Sunday Independent
15 Nov '15, 11:43am
Merits of Zuma’s ‘ANC first’ comment
Merits of Zuma’s ‘ANC first’ comment

President Zuma's comments should have sparked debate, not an alarmist response, says Dumisani Hlophe.

Sunday Independent
15 Nov '15, 09:34am
Africa must stand on its own two feet
Africa must stand on its own two feet

Victor Kgomoeswana says Africa does not need Europe, but rather cohesion to solve its problems.

Sunday Independent
08 Nov '15, 11:23am
SA’s Piketty moment
SA’s Piketty moment

Thomas Piketty's SA visit has made us aware of the grave threats to growth and stability, write Khalil Goga and Verne Harris.

Sunday Independent
08 Nov '15, 11:14am
SA needs intellectuals more than ever
SA needs intellectuals more than ever

Instead of intellectuals gravitating towards the oppressed, they have succumbed to the allure of the moneyed class, says Sandile Memela.