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Stop militarising the townships

Poverty has led to residents in informal settlements preying on each other and the state’s heavy-handed approach will not solve the problem, writes Malaik... Read Story

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Jobless march south thanks to neighbours

The lengths immigrants go to to flee their countries for a better life says much about their governments, writes Sure Kamhunga

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Time to summon the Renaissance

Africa has been tearing itself apart while the world profits. To achieve rebirth and sustain it, it needs to rediscover its selfhood, writes Ben Okri

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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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