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Independent Media

Riah should quit and save some face

General Riah Phiyega should save the little left of her credibility, resign and start where she left off, writes Jovial Rantao.

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PRETORIA NEWS

Rise of religious zealotry is hair-raising

Thami ka Plaatjie wants to know how the poorest of our people have become so vulnerable to tricksters and highway robbers.

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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

Proletarian woman still without a voice

How will the ANC Women’s League help to realise economic freedom for all women, asks Gugu Ndima

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Women’s League is stronger than ever
May 3 2015 at 01:18

Edna Molewa writes that the ANCWL, with other women's formations, has successfully put in place policies that have helped SA attain the high levels of female representation in government.

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Jobless march south thanks to neighbours
May 3 2015 at 01:27

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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Open letter to SGB members
May 3 2015 at 00:41

Panyaza Lesufi has written an open letter to Gauteng school governing body members explaining their roles and responsibilities.

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Right to die ruling is good for humanity
May 3 2015 at 00:35

Florence Letoaba writes that we allow suffering animals to be put out of their mysery, so the same principle should apply to humans.

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World must find solution to xenophobia
April 26 2015 at 01:50

Kuseni Dlamini writes that the issue of xenophobia is simply too big and too complex for South Africa to resolve on its own.

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‘Arm yourself, learn tsotsi taal and how to dance pantsula’
April 26 2015 at 01:35

Kenyan journalist Argwings Odera fled his home country 15 years ago because his investigative work irked some in the government. He landed up in Joburg and recalls that, even in 2001, aggression towards foreigners was palp... Read Story
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Zwelithini, the elephant in the room
April 26 2015 at 01:24

The Zulu king escapes sanction for his speech which incited xenophobic violence because of his importance to the ANC, writes Jovial Rantao

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MultiChoice deal flouts law and deprives poor
April 26 2015 at 01:05

MultiChoice is attempting to defend the indefensible over its exploitative contract, writes Solly Mapaila

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Join New Struggle against xenophobia and other social ills
April 26 2015 at 00:42

Those of us with jobs must not only condemn: amid the violence, we must hear the cries of the poor and marginalised, writes Thabo Makgoba

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These are the actions of a ‘small’ minority
April 26 2015 at 00:28

President reminds top Mozambican poet of the history and strong ties that bind, rather than divide, our nations

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