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Africa’s rise is real and credible

The continent is proving critics wrong and the time is ripe to foster sustained growth, writes Ajen Sita.

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Is this what our forefathers dreamt of?

Economic freedom without mental freedom is the foundation of spiritual poverty, writes Malaika wa Azania.

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Public protector’s powers: what law says

The job is to investigate, report and suggest remedial action, not to pronounce judgments, writes Mtende Mhango.

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Is this what our forefathers dreamt of?
September 21 2014 at 10:16

Economic freedom without mental freedom is the foundation of spiritual poverty, writes Malaika wa Azania.

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Africa’s rise is real and credible
September 21 2014 at 10:21

The continent is proving critics wrong and the time is ripe to foster sustained growth, writes Ajen Sita.

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Public protector’s powers: what law says
September 21 2014 at 08:27

The job is to investigate, report and suggest remedial action, not to pronounce judgments, writes Mtende Mhango.

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Accident waiting to happen
September 14 2014 at 11:33

This is the second extract from Oscar: An Accident Waiting to Happen, a book by the mother of his ex-girlfriend Samantha Taylor.

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Nat Nakasa: A life truly vindicated
September 14 2014 at 11:10

Though his life was short and his career brief, his voice is still heard in an era of freedom he did not live to see, writes Joe Tlholoe.

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‘SA has set accountability bar too low’
September 14 2014 at 11:18

Until we learn to fall on our sword we can kiss accountability goodbye, writes Lebo Keswa.

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Unions require a sober reflection on violence
September 14 2014 at 10:59

Unbridled violence is not only senseless and counter-productive but in some cases profoundly alienating, writes Ebrahim Harvey.

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A traffic jam in the gantries committee
September 7 2014 at 05:44

Landiwe Mahalngu says the e-toll review panel will go down in history as probably the best balancing act by Gauteng authorities.

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Fighting corruption an ongoing struggle
September 7 2014 at 05:15

International Transparency Day may have gone unnoticed. But for Corruption Watch it’s a chance to call for the unmasking of the corrupt, writes Candice Bailey

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In defence of the indefensible
September 7 2014 at 05:06

Lebo Keswa takes issue with Thami Ka Plaatjie's open letter to the Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela.

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