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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

SA’s illusory Rainbow Nation

Gillian Schutte and Gwede Mantashe agree that race relations in SA are at an all time low.

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Saluting, mourning ‘Grootman’ Selebi

I choose to remember Selebi as a loving, committed and humble servant of the people, writes Selby Bokaba.

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Baby talk could help turn the tide

Teenagers not only need openness but love to create the self-esteem that makes it easy to say ‘No’, writes Yvonne Chaka Chaka.

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Brownse The Sunday Independent Dispatch

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I am not Charlie…
January 18 2015 at 00:17

Terrorism has been unleashed for decades in Africa while the West remains silent, writes Malaika wa Azania

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Change in tactics signals DA bid to reclaim place
January 18 2015 at 01:00

The DA’s biggest challenge this year is to claim its place in the political landscape, writes Jovial Rantao

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Parliament must work for country to work
January 18 2015 at 00:54

Mmusi Maimane wites that undermining the effective functioning of Parliament will not result in executive accountability.

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Change attitudes to change fortunes
January 18 2015 at 00:33

Successful economies of the East lacked mineral wealth, but invested in their human capital, writes William Gumede

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It is time for the New Struggle
January 13 2015 at 12:27

Welcome to the new year. For all of us, although we might not realise it, it could be the most important year of our lives.

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Terrorism knows no borders or boundaries
January 10 2015 at 22:37

We must not wait until terrorism claims the lives of our loved ones before we decide to act, writes Jovial Rantao.

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Churches ruthlessly exploit insecurities
January 10 2015 at 22:39

Failure to find answers to African angst has pushed people into the hands of avaricious churches, writes William Gumede

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Has education system come to the party?
January 10 2015 at 22:40

The Department of Basic Education must grow the number of maths and science passes, writes Mary Metcalfe

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Trials and tribulations shows SA a winning nation
January 10 2015 at 22:38

Ayanda Dlodlo writes that the first year after Nelson Mandela’s death tested the mettle of politicians and ordinary South Africans.

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Long live all cartoonists
January 10 2015 at 22:38

In the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, Brandan Reynolds pays tribute to those who address critical issues through art.

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