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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

E-tolling smoke and mirrors

The threat to withhold debtors’ licence discs raises legal questions and sets the scene for a further stand-off, writes Wayne Duvenhage

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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

Government’s gamble on e-tolls

Are people going to complain bitterly about e-tolls only to vote for the same party, and government, that inflicted pain on them, asks Jovial Rantao

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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

E-tolls take into account need to protect poor

Research has shown that 94 percent of passenger vehicles’ toll fees are paid by those in the highest income quintile, writes Vusi Mona.

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Women’s League is stronger than ever
May 3 2015 at 01:18

Edna Molewa writes that the ANCWL, with other women's formations, has successfully put in place policies that have helped SA attain the high levels of female representation in government.

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Jobless march south thanks to neighbours
May 3 2015 at 01:27

The lengths immigrants go to to flee their countries for a better life says much about their governments, writes Sure Kamhunga

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Open letter to SGB members
May 3 2015 at 00:41

Panyaza Lesufi has written an open letter to Gauteng school governing body members explaining their roles and responsibilities.

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SA and Nigeria, stop the petty point-scoring
May 3 2015 at 00:53

The biggest players owe it to the rest of Africa to set the tone to safeguard stability and progress, writes Victor Kgomoeswana

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Right to die ruling is good for humanity
May 3 2015 at 00:35

Florence Letoaba writes that we allow suffering animals to be put out of their mysery, so the same principle should apply to humans.

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SA today would have filled Sophie Tema’s pen with fury
May 3 2015 at 00:24

Jovial Rantao writes that Sophie Tema would have expressed deep disappointment that May Day 2015 came at a time when our unions were at their weakest.

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Time to summon the Renaissance
May 3 2015 at 00:11

Africa has been tearing itself apart while the world profits. To achieve rebirth and sustain it, it needs to rediscover its selfhood, writes Ben Okri

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Memorials remind officialdom of its responsibility
May 2 2015 at 23:54

Mcebisi Ndletyana writes that appreciating the source of the protest against apartheid-era statues is more important than relocating the statues

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Statues of oppressors must go
May 2 2015 at 23:48

These symbols should reflect our humanity. Whites could use the moment to change their attitudes, writes Gillian Schutte

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Battle for hearts and minds is on
May 2 2015 at 23:37

As the major parties plan their conferences, they will have to face difficult questions about change, writes Susan Booysen

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