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Is the writing on the wall for the ANC?

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

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PAPA trademark battle highlights inequality

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 con... Read Story

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The force for change wears a skirt ...

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.... Read Story

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Youth must pick up fallen baton
August 24 2014 at 03:28

The ANC has been sabotaged by its own leadership and must be rescued, writes Benedict Xolani Dube.

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Give the Farlam Commission a chance
August 24 2014 at 03:07

Cyril Ramaphosa's appearance at the hearings into the Marikana tragedy raises important questions, writes Ronnie Mamoepa.

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Honour the legacy of Nat Nakasa
August 24 2014 at 03:08

Today’s journalists must strive to emulateNat Nakasa’s bravery and unflinching ability to speak uncomfortable truths, writes Faith Muthambi.

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Why men would benefit from the liberation of women
August 24 2014 at 03:07

Kopano Ratele and Mbuyiselo Botha write that society must recognise that structures of gender inquality victimise men too.

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Peace cannot be achieved through war
August 17 2014 at 11:05

Peace takes more courage than fighting and it is imperative that both sides are encouraged to find a lasting solution, writes Khulu Mbatha.

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Stop trying to paint ANC as corrupt
August 17 2014 at 10:59

Some sections of the media and opposition parties have yet to accept that the ANC is the governing party, writes Lebo Keswa.

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Leaders sip cocktails while the world burns
August 17 2014 at 11:16

While the leaders of the free world were sipping cocktails and basking in the sunshine, the world burned, writes Dominic Sandbrook.

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Rhino poaching: War we daren’t lose
August 17 2014 at 10:52

Rhino protection has become an emotional subject, given the alarming rate of poaching in recent years, writes Ike Phaahla.

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Numsa/ EFF alliance would have many obstacles
August 17 2014 at 10:43

Numsa and the EFF are currently the two largest “left” formations in South Africa and could together form a powerful bloc, writes Benjamin Vogel.

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An intellectual great nonetheless
August 17 2014 at 10:38

Pallo Jordan commands awe and admiration, and is highly regarded in the ANC, writes Thami ka Plaatjie.

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