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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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Ideological paralysis has killed Cosatu
November 23 2014 at 11:07

These divisions have their roots in whether labour should focus solely on workers' interests, or forge political ties, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.

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Cops crossed thin blue line in swoop on House
November 23 2014 at 10:55

Heavy-handed response to riotous assembly has done more damage to the battered reputation of the SAPS, writes Mark Shaw.

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Time for a new vision for SA’s political economy
November 23 2014 at 10:49

The country requires a profound restructuring of state-capital relations – a new vision for SA’s political economy is critical, writes Vusi Gumede.

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ANC battling on several fronts
November 23 2014 at 09:22

The ANC is worried a Cosatu split could harm it, especially in terms of the local government elections in 2016.

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ANC can learn from INC meltdown
November 16 2014 at 10:09

The defeat of the Indian National Congress, a political movement linked to Mahatma Gandhi, is tragic, says Thami ka Plaatjie.

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