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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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It’s time to give peace a chance
November 30 2014 at 01:08

Labelling Israel an apartheid state and heeding the boyott call only hurts the cause of peace in the Middle East, writes Steve Linde

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Lets embrace ‘never again to any people’ ethic
November 30 2014 at 01:08

Emma Daitz writes that the “never again to any people” ethic requires that we ensure that it is not interpreted in any way that implicitly or explicitly excludes any group of people.

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Media companies dodge questions over BEE and transformation
November 25 2014 at 12:37

Report suggests blacks and women still marginalised 20 years on, write Andile Ntingi. Read Story
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An idiot’s guide to Zim politics
November 23 2014 at 11:30

This is Ray Ndlovu's idiot's guide to Zimbabwe politics.

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Grace’s dirty tricks could hurt Mugabe
November 23 2014 at 11:24

The Zimbabwean first lady's political ambitions are laid bare in her crusade against Vice-President Joice Mujuru, writes Ray Ndlovu.

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