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A humble servant of the people

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 Ngcawen... Read Story

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New struggle to protect our human rights culture

Inequality of opportunity is perhaps the biggest challenge facing SA today, 21 years into democracy, writes Thabo Makgoba

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Ideal day to take stock of race relations

Human Rights Day provides us with an opportunity to take stock of race relations in SA and to forge a new culture of human rights, writes Gwede Mantashe

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Scourge of racism alive and well
March 1 2015 at 11:32

We cannot pretend to be living in a non-racial society. Nor can we deny we are one of the most racist societies, writes Gillian Schutte.

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Racism resurfacing in schools
March 1 2015 at 11:19

The Roodepoort Primary school episode clearly reflects deep gashes in the rainbow nation, says Vuyisile Msila.

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Media focus is on the wrong issues
February 22 2015 at 00:52

Lawmakers and public representatives should be the epitome of lawful behaviour, writes Gwede Mantashe

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Hehehe… the lessons not learnt
February 22 2015 at 01:31

President Zuma responded to the SONA debate with attempts to throw the opposition off-balance, writes Susan Booysen

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Parliament has crossed the line
February 22 2015 at 01:31

Parliament is being looted of all its dignity and divested of its main function, writes Tinyiko Maluleke

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Seven days: From lunacy to sensibility
February 22 2015 at 01:29

The week between the State of the Nation address and the debate showed that seven days is a long time in politics, writes Kuseni Dlamini

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Sideshow no obstacle to parly business
February 22 2015 at 01:28

Thami ka Plaatjie says its the quality of politicians’ debates that matter, not their frivolous and obnoxious regard for one another.

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A crisis in continental leadership
February 22 2015 at 01:28

Pan-African solidarity must become real, rather than rhetoric, writes William Gumede

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SA must divest from coal and oil
February 14 2015 at 22:13

Banks are funding the fossil fuel industry, and profits continue to be harvested at the expense of lives and the planet, writes Nicole King

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Democracy under siege in its citadel
February 14 2015 at 22:13

The ANC puts itself above parliamentary sovereignty, separation of powers and rule of law, writes Susan Booysen

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