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Is the writing on the wall for the ANC?

The cracks in the traditional coalition are showing such as never before, writes Lesiba Seshoka.

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PAPA trademark battle highlights inequality

The Mabo family’s battle to wrest the trademark “PAPA Super Maize Meal” from Boetie Viljoen is a stark reminder of the terrible history of this con... Read Story

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The force for change wears a skirt ...

It is only women who can achieve the progress needed to ensure parity in the workplace. They should stop blaming men and challenge unfairness, writes Anna Mokgokong.... Read Story

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The little words in law that give the public protector clout
November 13 2014 at 08:36

The continued attacks on the Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, following her report on President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla upgrade, are disturbing and misguided. They are based on a fundamental misunderstanding of the pu... Read Story
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Let Africa tell its stories
November 9 2014 at 10:25

Where were the African writers when the Ebola story in four countries became a pandemic on an entire continent, asks Pinky Khoabane.

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If Zuma had taken a different route to Nkandla…
November 2 2014 at 17:14

If President Zuma had been transparent about the Nkandla upgrades he would have nipped the controversy in the bud, writes Jovial Rantao

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China plays peacemaker in Africa
November 2 2014 at 18:20

The ‘Middle Kingdom’ has a new vision of the role it plays in Africa after meeting the South Sudanese rebels, writes Peter Fabricius

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Labour market regulations worsen Africa’s skills crisis
November 2 2014 at 18:15

The returning diaspora offers a tantalising promise of skills, writes David Storey and Rob Urquhart

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Following in Tambo’s giant footsteps
November 2 2014 at 17:27

To truly celebrate and honour the life of this giant struggle stalwart, we need to achieve his dream of making the rainbow nation a reality, writes Mondli Gungubele.

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Priorities lacking in a welter of data
November 2 2014 at 16:55

The SAPS annual report creates a puzzling impression, and does little to actually demonstrate police performance, writes Mark Shaw

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And still we die
November 2 2014 at 16:47

In South Africa we seem to specialise in dying easy, dying often and dying prematurely, writes Tinyiko Maluleke

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Lefa Treasure Mamatshele: a victim without a face
November 2 2014 at 16:39

Treasure’s story mirrors my own fears: to be shot dead in a hijacking or a robbery. To become a crime statistic, writes Japhet Ncube.

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The impact of SA policy on inequality
November 2 2014 at 15:54

Although income poverty has declined since the advent of democracy, rates of equality have not improved, writes Joel Netshitenzhe

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