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9 October 2016, 09:22am
Why going topless works as weapon of war
Why going topless works as weapon of war
Sunday Independent

Many dismiss the women's naked protest, but women's breasts are a powerful semiotic of resistance, writes Gillian Schutte.

9 October 2016, 07:22am
Let's not romanticise Mbeki era
Let's not romanticise Mbeki era
Sunday Independent

There were many reasons to recall Thabo Mbeki in 2008, although the actual reason invoked was flimsy, writes Jeremy Cronin.

9 October 2016, 07:08am
#FeesMustFall - police minister weighs in
#FeesMustFall - police minister weighs in
Sunday Independent

Students' just cause might be lost, due to thuggery, says Nkosinathi Nhleko.

4 October 2016, 8:01pm
Digital migration has huge benefits for SA
Digital migration has huge benefits for SA
Sunday Independent

Ayanda Hollow responds to Lebo Keswa's opinion piece 'Muthambi's use of digital migration as a vendetta will cost SA'.

2 October 2016, 08:11am
Lack of good faith not just academic
Lack of good faith not just academic
Sunday Independent

Now is the time for white professors with best intentions to make their voices heard, writes Xolela Mangcu.

2 October 2016, 08:04am
Neo-liberalism is at the root of all SA’s social ills
Neo-liberalism is at the root of all SA’s social ills
Sunday Independent

Security companies pose a threat to children who rise up to claim a free education, writes Gillian Schutte.

2 October 2016, 09:47am
Needed: someone to sponsor the decolonisation struggle
Needed: someone to sponsor the decolonisation struggle
Sunday Independent

Where are the BEE cats when you really need them, asks Madala Thepa

2 October 2016, 08:56am
Claims about Mathabatha are rejected with contempt
Claims about Mathabatha are rejected with contempt
Sunday Independent

Nocks Seabi takes issue with an article in The Sunday Independent last Sunday about an alleged plot to remove Limpopo Premier Stan Mathabatha.

2 October 2016, 08:45am
Fees-rage can rob the poor of their dreams
Fees-rage can rob the poor of their dreams
Sunday Independent

Violent protests over tuition fees could see universities shut for the rest of the year - a huge setback for thousands of ...

2 October 2016, 08:09am
Shame on us, the few with medical insurance
Shame on us, the few with medical insurance
Sunday Independent

Victor Kgomoeswana laments that the 16 percent of South Africans who have health insurance can be critical of the practicality of the NHI.

2 October 2016, 07:30am
Exposing the silent suffering of albinos
Exposing the silent suffering of albinos
Sunday Independent

A new play, Mama, I Want the Black That You Are, shows that their marginalisation is worse than racism, says Edward Tsumele.

25 September 2016, 09:41am
Opinion: #RhodesMustFall adventurous ... and unfinished
Opinion: #RhodesMustFall adventurous ... and unfinished
News

Eurocentric thinking is impeding progress towards the decolonisation of thought, but is hard to detect, writes Muxe Nkondo.

25 September 2016, 09:25am
Opinion: Perhaps 1994 was all a great hoax
Opinion: Perhaps 1994 was all a great hoax
Sunday Independent

What if, and that is a big if, the plan all along was to convince us blacks that we had political power when we did not, writes Dumisani Hlophe.

25 September 2016, 09:18am
Opinion: Students must discard unconstructive tactics
Opinion: Students must discard unconstructive tactics
Sunday Independent

The strategies used so far in the #FeesMustFall fight may undermine the entire struggle, writes David Maimela.

25 September 2016, 08:49am
Opinion: Urban #FeesMustFall ignores black campuses
Opinion: Urban #FeesMustFall ignores black campuses
Sunday Independent

Working-class perspectives have been absent from the conversation, writes Zuko Godlimpi.