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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

E-tolling smoke and mirrors

The threat to withhold debtors’ licence discs raises legal questions and sets the scene for a further stand-off, writes Wayne Duvenhage

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Government’s gamble on e-tolls

Are people going to complain bitterly about e-tolls only to vote for the same party, and government, that inflicted pain on them, asks Jovial Rantao

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E-tolls take into account need to protect poor

Research has shown that 94 percent of passenger vehicles’ toll fees are paid by those in the highest income quintile, writes Vusi Mona.

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Shame that’s far too important to waste
April 26 2015 at 02:15

Bloodthirsty slaying of a defenceless Mozambican hopefully a wake-up call to all of us, writes Victor Kgomoeswana

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Cry the beloved continent
April 26 2015 at 02:04

Strong leadership is crucial if we are to end the persecution of foreigners from Africa on our soil, writes Zukiswa Pikoli

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Cultural festival to help foster continental unity
April 26 2015 at 01:54

Artists must be at the forefront in redefining our vision of a unified Africa, writes Nathi Mthethwa

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World must find solution to xenophobia
April 26 2015 at 01:50

Kuseni Dlamini writes that the issue of xenophobia is simply too big and too complex for South Africa to resolve on its own.

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‘Arm yourself, learn tsotsi taal and how to dance pantsula’
April 26 2015 at 01:35

Kenyan journalist Argwings Odera fled his home country 15 years ago because his investigative work irked some in the government. He landed up in Joburg and recalls that, even in 2001, aggression towards foreigners was palp... Read Story
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Zwelithini, the elephant in the room
April 26 2015 at 01:24

The Zulu king escapes sanction for his speech which incited xenophobic violence because of his importance to the ANC, writes Jovial Rantao

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MultiChoice deal flouts law and deprives poor
April 26 2015 at 01:05

MultiChoice is attempting to defend the indefensible over its exploitative contract, writes Solly Mapaila

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Join New Struggle against xenophobia and other social ills
April 26 2015 at 00:42

Those of us with jobs must not only condemn: amid the violence, we must hear the cries of the poor and marginalised, writes Thabo Makgoba

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These are the actions of a ‘small’ minority
April 26 2015 at 00:28

President reminds top Mozambican poet of the history and strong ties that bind, rather than divide, our nations

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Our African bonds defy borders
April 26 2015 at 00:19

The SA where foreigners fear for their lives is not the SA envisioned by Madiba and the Freedom Charter, writes Thebe Ikalafeng

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