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Africa’s middle class floats between poverty, prosperity

The modern definition of middle class says Africa is joining the world’s consumers of dishwashers, refrigerators and automobiles, writes Richard Stupart.

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Pacts pave way to development

Agreements signed on Zuma’s state visit to China cement co-operation and will bolster investment and growth, writes Maite Nkoana-Mashabane.

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It’s back to the dark ages

Eliminating racism takes more than simply a change in the face of the presidency, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.

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Brownse The Sunday Independent Dispatch

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Rainbow (uri)Nation has still to find its way
November 30 2014 at 07:28

Our democracy has little capacity to afford those being urinated on racial and economic freedom, writes Tinyiko Maluleke

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Africa needs to stand up to credit rating agencies
November 30 2014 at 07:44

The EU has laws that make it easier to sue ratings companies for wrong analysis, and the African Union should follow suit, writes William Gumede

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Learning language of equal rights
November 30 2014 at 01:49

Children of the Class of 1976 are losing out as most formerly white schools offer only Afrikaans and English, writes Thabo Leshilo

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Mideast must step back from the brink
November 30 2014 at 01:41

Long-term stability in the Middle East depends on addressing the underlying causes of the conflict, writes Ban Ki-moon

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Poor leadership in a deadly war
November 30 2014 at 01:19

Helen Zille believes Zuma set back the HIV/Aids fight more than Mbeki. But evidence suggests otherwise, writes Kate Wilkinson

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Is the writing on the wall for the ANC?
November 23 2014 at 11:19

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

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PAPA trademark battle highlights inequality
November 23 2014 at 10:59

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 continent , writes Pinky Khoabane.

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The force for change wears a skirt ...
November 23 2014 at 10:45

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.

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Numsa, Cosatu break-up good for SA
November 16 2014 at 10:25

To achieve radical transformation, the ANC needs an independent Left, says Dumisani Hlophe.

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SACP’s divisive role in the fracas
November 16 2014 at 10:21

The wolf in socialist clothing backs Numsa’s expulsion because its allegiance is not to workers but to the ANC, writes Castro Ngobese

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