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The myth of a Rainbow Nation stands on precarious ground

Gugu Ndima writes that the vision of a Rainbow Nation wasn’t one shared across all races, it was part of many intentional political interventions ... Read Story

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Taxi driver’s wisdom on target

Many among the angry poor waited for any trigger to justify Afrophobic violence, writes Victor Kgomoeswana

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Xenophobia: a conundrum for SA

Attacks on foreigners by socio-economically deprived citizens are an indictment on the government, writes Susan Booysen

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Baby talk could help turn the tide
January 25 2015 at 09:36

Teenagers not only need openness but love to create the self-esteem that makes it easy to say ‘No’, writes Yvonne Chaka Chaka.

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Africa’s invisible treasure
January 25 2015 at 09:03

As M-Pesa has shown, the continent’s true potential lies in its ability to innovate, writes Victor Kgomoeswana

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The day Soweto shamed me
January 25 2015 at 08:56

The Afrophobia in Soweto masks a problem no one speaks about - rampant drug addiction, writes Malaika wa Azania.

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Folly of Cape Town’s name-change policy
January 18 2015 at 01:33

The truth is that it is neither de Klerk nor Mandela who liberated this country, writes Pinkie Khoabane

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Gagging on scoops of racism
January 18 2015 at 01:26

Lawyer Lwando Xaso refuses to be licked by a distasteful serving of prejudice on the Day of Goodwill

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Parliament needs to learn African culture of consensus
January 18 2015 at 01:20

Politicians should learn to ‘find each other’ in an African way, writes John Lamola

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Intrigue of Cape Town’s present
January 18 2015 at 01:13

This city presents the toughest test of how the political elite is able to break with the past, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana

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Parliament must work for country to work
January 18 2015 at 00:54

Mmusi Maimane wites that undermining the effective functioning of Parliament will not result in executive accountability.

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Change attitudes to change fortunes
January 18 2015 at 00:33

Successful economies of the East lacked mineral wealth, but invested in their human capital, writes William Gumede

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New class of 2026: Surviving schooling
January 18 2015 at 00:22

CAPS is refreshing as schools should not create a schism in society based on class, writes Vuyisile Msila

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