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The best of South African literature

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Bleak winter of ongoing power cuts

Record low levels of electricity generation capacity this week may be a regular feature of the coming winter months.

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The wind of change is yet to blow

Comparisons between the demonstrations of the Class of ’76 and those of the past few weeks are fallacious, writes Thami Mazwai

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Killings mirror our hatred... and indifference

We are clearly a traumatised nation, acting out like an abused child would do, writes Florence Letoaba

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Sunday Independent Opinion and Anaylsis

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Rhodes still ignites fiery debates
March 21 2015 at 22:01

The statue protest is significant, but the greater debate around this is what really matters, Max Price tells Michael Morris

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Opening door to TV inequity and crime
March 21 2015 at 21:54

Changes to SA's digital migration policy would in effect permanently subject us to a monopoly pay TV provider, writes David Niddrie.

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Remarks threaten to bury peace process
March 21 2015 at 21:44

Israel is approaching the point of no return from an apartheid bi-national state, writes Hafiz Nofal

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Isolate Israelis and their apartheid
March 21 2015 at 21:44

Suraya Dadoo writes that the Israeli people’s choice to re-elect Benjamin Netanyahu means they have chosen apartheid and isolation.

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Give Israelis a real reason to change their vote
March 21 2015 at 21:44

The results of this week’s elections show that Israelis want the stability of the status quo instead of risking the unknown, writes Seth Frantzman

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