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20 November 2016, 08:42am
State capture did not start with the Guptas
State capture did not start with the Guptas
Sunday Independent

Truth be told, the problem of state capture started in 1994 with the government's trade policies, writes Ziyad Motala.

20 November 2016, 07:22am
SABC board’s professor sings for his supper
SABC board’s professor sings for his supper
Sunday Independent

SABC chair Professor Mbulaheni Maguvhe blindly endorsed ex-COO to please minister, writes Lesiba Seshoka.

20 November 2016, 07:12am
Sooliman’s proof it’s better to give than receive
Sooliman’s proof it’s better to give than receive
Sunday Independent

Imtiaz Sooliman was bestowed the Global Citizen Award last week in recognition of his tireless efforts to help others, writes ...

13 November 2016, 2:32pm
Sowing seeds for an Arab-like Spring in SA
Sowing seeds for an Arab-like Spring in SA
Sunday Independent

It is unpardonable that our national fiscus has lost R35 billion to graft, writes Jeffrey Sehume.

13 November 2016, 2:13pm
A preacher's view of President-elect Trump
A preacher's view of President-elect Trump
Sunday Independent

Victor Kgomoeswana asks: Who in their right minds would build physical barriers in the era of virtual online commerce, which ...

13 November 2016, 1:30pm
Thank you, America, for voting Trump into power
Thank you, America, for voting Trump into power
Sunday Independent

vAhmed Jazbhay writes that a Trump presidency may be what the world requires, to reignite the drive for true and meaningful liberation.

13 November 2016, 12:00pm
So many habits to unlearn
So many habits to unlearn
Sunday Independent

Some business practices will hamper US President-elect Donald Trump in his presidency, writes Peter Apps

13 November 2016, 11:40am
How Trump insulted everyone and won
How Trump insulted everyone and won
Sunday Independent

Donald Trump confounded every rule in the book to get to the White House, writes Xolela Mangcu.

13 November 2016, 11:04am
Trump’s election likely to shake the world - and badly
Trump’s election likely to shake the world - and badly
Sunday Independent

America has plumbed the depths to offer the world its most irrational and bigoted leader to date, writes Zenzile Khoisan.