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Labour pains for the ruling party

Labour has brought SA to a crossroads and depending on how the ANC plays this, we could follow Zimbabwe’s or China’s lead, writes Lesiba Seshoka.

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Vision to leave no one behind

Together Africa can achieve what was unimaginable a generation ago, writes Ajen Sita.

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Leadership critical to our global competitiveness

Gaining a competitive advantage takes strategic planning, extensive research and strong leadership, says Miller Matola.

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Trawling through the toll of war
July 6 2014 at 10:13

Millions of lives could have been saved if Germany had waited and not gone to war in 1914, writes Greg Mills.

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Mr X’s confession belongs in court
June 29 2014 at 09:57

Jovial Rantao is deeply disturbed that Mr X’s murder confession is taking place before a commission of inquiry and not a court.

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Women ‘collateral damage’ in S Sudan
June 29 2014 at 09:56

Although the transitional constitution of South Sudan outlaws rape, it is yet to be put into effect, writes Kerry Cullinan.

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Torture account – lest we forget
June 29 2014 at 09:56

Mac Maharaj is one of thousands who endured severe brutality at the hands of security agents, says Themba Khumalo.

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What Zuma should have said …
June 29 2014 at 08:51

SONA should have been earth-shattering enough to communicate the seriousness of government’s “radical economic transformation” programme, says Khaya Buthelezi.

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The meaning of Nat Nakasa’s return
June 22 2014 at 08:28

The renowned late journalist’s remains will finally be returning to SA. Siphiwo Mahala reflects on his life and times.

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Capitalism has emasculated black men
June 15 2014 at 09:28

The struggle of miners is part of the long war by poor men to regain their self-worth, write Mbuyiselo Botha and Kopano Ratele.

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Why the Struggle must continue
June 15 2014 at 09:10

There was no rainbow and no pot of gold. The fight begun by young people in 1976 is not over, writes Malaika wa Azania.

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Should Hani’s killers be freed?
June 15 2014 at 09:13

Limpho Hani and Gaye Derby-Lewis have their say on the possible parole of Clive Derby-Lewis and Janusz Waluz.

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Steadying the ship of democracy
June 8 2014 at 11:19

This is the beginning of a pragmatic journey steered through potentially destructive currents as the new government ensures delivery, writes Mzwanele Mayekiso.

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