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26 days ago
Hair-raising class action hits a nerve
Hair-raising class action hits a nerve
Sunday Independent

Pupils find themselves in a class war that should have ended with apartheid, writes Malaika wa Azania.

26 days ago
It's my hair... I can show it, grow it or put it in dreadlocks
It's my hair... I can show it, grow it or put it in dreadlocks
Sunday Independent

Hairstyles are an identity statement for females, writes Panyaza Lesufi

26 days ago
End the cyber-war on women
End the cyber-war on women
Sunday Independent

Relentless sexist attacks are having a serious effect on women and their freedom, writes Gillian Schutte

26 days ago
Quest to get people out of South Africa’s poorhouse
Quest to get people out of South Africa’s poorhouse
Sunday Independent

Operation Hlasela and other initiatives in the Free State are making a difference in people's lives, writes Ace Magashule.

26 days ago
Create a non-racial society to erase white supremacy
Create a non-racial society to erase white supremacy
Sunday Independent

Even if we appeal to whites to respect African people’s human dignity, it will fall on deaf ears until we act decisively ...

26 days ago
Discipline must be both fair and reasonable
Discipline must be both fair and reasonable
Sunday Independent

George Devenish writes that Pretoria High School for Girls needs transformation that does not do irreparable damage to a great institution.

26 days ago
Poverty of ideas is the crisis that begets all others
Poverty of ideas is the crisis that begets all others
Sunday Independent

A failure to understand power has led the ANC to fail the people, writes Xolela Mangcu

33 days ago
Lambo, shmambo, Mr Sports Minister
Lambo, shmambo, Mr Sports Minister
Sunday Independent

Minister Mbalula, you've got it all wrong when it comes to carriages fit for Olympic medal winners.

33 days ago
Maturer and wiser ANC still a home for all in SA
Maturer and wiser ANC still a home for all in SA
Sunday Independent

The ANC takes cognisance of the fact that the people are unhappy and we take their concerns seriously, writes Khusela Sangoni.