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The myth of a Rainbow Nation stands on precarious ground

Gugu Ndima writes that the vision of a Rainbow Nation wasn’t one shared across all races, it was part of many intentional political interventions ... Read Story

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Taxi driver’s wisdom on target

Many among the angry poor waited for any trigger to justify Afrophobic violence, writes Victor Kgomoeswana

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Xenophobia: a conundrum for SA

Attacks on foreigners by socio-economically deprived citizens are an indictment on the government, writes Susan Booysen

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‘No one should destroy or damage heritage objects and sites’
April 12 2015 at 04:37

We need to separate the broader societal issues and the heritage ones, writes Sonwabile Mancotywa

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Artists best placed to tackle statues
March 29 2015 at 10:45

Given that the Rhodes statue is an artwork, it would be quite suitably cannibalised by artists, says Mary Corrigall.

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UCT students are agents of change
March 29 2015 at 10:38

It is reasonable to imagine that after Rhodes falls many other symbols of colonialism will do so, says Andile Mngxitama.

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Is it because DJ Sbu’s black?
March 29 2015 at 10:21

Is the problem with DJ Sbu that black people are not expected to be aggressive in business? asks Florence Letoaba.

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Imagine if it were Luthuli not Rhodes
March 29 2015 at 10:05

Our students, both black and white, must walk past statues and be inspired, says Pinky Khoabane.

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Buthelezi seeks to revise history
March 29 2015 at 09:44

That the IFP leader is now "a voice of reason" in Parliament shows how low standards have dropped, says Mcebisi Ndletyana.

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A vote that makes all the difference to a child
March 22 2015 at 00:46

Panyaza Lesufi writes that allowing parents to run their schools is one of the cornerstones of our educational system.

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Order returns to the House
March 22 2015 at 00:40

Jovial Rantao welcomes the honourable behaviour of MPs during the debate on a no confidence motion against President Jacob Zuma.

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A humble servant of the people
March 22 2015 at 00:07

Collins Chabane impressed on public servants that it was they who wielded the power to improve conditions for the poor and achieve change, writes Busani Ngcaweni

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The Lord had given but the N1 has taken
March 22 2015 at 00:00

In the aftermath of Collins Chabane’s death, Tinyiko Maluleke asks why there are no signs warning that the N1 is a high risk road.

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