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19 June 2016, 09:39am
Courage has become a scarce skill
Courage has become a scarce skill
Sunday Independent

Unless courage becomes a deep-rooted habit we will continue to take one moral step forward and three moral steps backwards, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.

19 June 2016, 09:16am
The Guptas are a security threat
The Guptas are a security threat
Sunday Independent

They may know more about our country than we know about them, says Molifi Tshabalala.

19 June 2016, 09:10am
Hlaudi not afraid of oncoming traffic
Hlaudi not afraid of oncoming traffic
Sunday Independent

In Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s world everybody gets a trophy even if they churn out mediocre TV and music, writes Madala Thepa.

12 June 2016, 11:02am
The day Red Russian let loose his dogs of war
The day Red Russian let loose his dogs of war
Sunday Independent

Without warning the Riot Squad was ordered to open fire on a crowd of civilians, writes Themba Khumalo.

12 June 2016, 10:11am
My thanks to Ali for giving me gumption
My thanks to Ali for giving me gumption
Sunday Independent

I would never have dreamed of applying for the prize without the inspiration of Muhammad Ali , writes Xolela Mangcu.

12 June 2016, 09:29am
Something died when Tsietsi left SA
Something died when Tsietsi left SA
Sunday Independent

Tsietsi Mashinini was the only name that was on our lips. There was neither Mandela nor Sobukwe, writes Sandile Memela.

12 June 2016, 09:16am
Tsietsi Mashinini: student warrior
Tsietsi Mashinini: student warrior
Sunday Independent

The events of June 16, 1976, turned Tsietsi Mashinini into an instant hero and an enemy of the state, writes Oupa Ngwenya.

12 June 2016, 09:05am
The true heroes of Soweto revolt
The true heroes of Soweto revolt
Sunday Independent

Messages of victimhood as represented in the Hector Pieterson narrative undermine the heroic exploits of those who led the ...

5 June 2016, 10:34am
India rocked by racist attacks on Africans
India rocked by racist attacks on Africans
Sunday Independent

Despite India’s close ties with Africa, ordinary Indians display the mind-set of the colonialists that ruled India, writes Sanjay Kapoor.

5 June 2016, 10:16am
We have a leadership vacuum
We have a leadership vacuum
Sunday Independent

South African citizens have realised we have a leadership vacuum and are leading themselves, writes Kenneth Mokgatlhe.

5 June 2016, 10:07am
Syrian horrors 'exaggerated', claims Mfeketo
Syrian horrors 'exaggerated', claims Mfeketo
Sunday Independent

If you were just waking up from a five-year coma, you might have been tempted to book a family holiday to Syria, after listening ...

5 June 2016, 09:58am
Forget the junk, give investors stability
Forget the junk, give investors stability
Sunday Independent

African leaders should forget about rating agencies and lead their people with purpose and integrity, writes Victor Kgomoeswana.

5 June 2016, 09:49am
Zuma, Malema two sides of the same coin
Zuma, Malema two sides of the same coin
Sunday Independent

They use demagogy to sustain power, writes Elvis Masoga.

5 June 2016, 09:38am
Civil radicalism would befit youth
Civil radicalism would befit youth
Sunday Independent

Rejecting Africa’s principle of inhlonipho is informed by Western concepts, writes Xolela Mangcu.

5 June 2016, 09:30am
Africa is now slowly rising from the ashes
Africa is now slowly rising from the ashes
Sunday Independent

Slavery, colonialism and neo-colonialism shaped our continent and left us underdeveloped, writes Baleka Mbete.