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SA needs EED not BEE

The real challenge is to open up real opportunities for all disadvantaged black South Africans, says Anthea Jeffery.

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China’s interest should work for Africa

China’s forays into Africa are attracting attention, praise and criticism, says Busani Ngcaweni and Yazini April.

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Seeds of Chinese Dream lie in its past

China is not emerging from a vacuum. It has a well-documented history of excellence, writes Jeffrey Sehume.

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Lowered standards raise a laugh
May 31 2015 at 01:02

President Zuma is so powerful he is forcing his ministers to tell tales and look ridiculous on national TV, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana

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Operation Fiela must be supported by all
May 31 2015 at 01:39

Government is reclaiming the country from criminals and must resist calls to halt Operation Fiela, writes Jovial Rantao

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True Africanness includes everyone
May 24 2015 at 01:03

Africanness is not about being born in Africa, it is a mental attitude, writes Sandile Memela.

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A bad decision from the very beginning
May 24 2015 at 03:31

Modidima Mannya writes that e-tolls present unnecessary pressure on citizens who are being forced to pay for a service that they do not want.

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SA's xenophobia of a special type
May 24 2015 at 03:58

SA’s xenophobia hinges on the psychoses of race and ”Afrophobia”. But was this incorporation qualitatively different from capital’s global embrace? asks David Moore

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E-tolling smoke and mirrors
May 24 2015 at 03:17

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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E-tolls take into account need to protect poor
May 24 2015 at 03:06

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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Government’s gamble on e-tolls
May 24 2015 at 01:52

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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Financial reparations: a moral debt
May 24 2015 at 01:29

Lwando Xaso looks at reparations and how they can help South Africa heal the wounds of the past

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Call to Africa: Speak truth to power
May 24 2015 at 01:16

Heads of state need to set the stage for good governance and development by calling into line leaders who cling to power beyond their mandates, writes Thabo Makgoba

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