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26h
Parliamentary Speaker ties the knot
Parliamentary Speaker ties the knot
Politics

National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete married Bloemfontein businessman Nape Khomo on Saturday.

26h
Cool apathy reflects ill on Nathi Nhleko
Cool apathy reflects ill on Nathi Nhleko
Politics

The passage of time and a raft of withering judgments against him have hardened the police minister’s immunity to shame.

28h
Probe into fight over tribal communities’ riches
Probe into fight over tribal communities’ riches
Politics

North West Premier sets up commission of inquiry to probe bitter battle over riches and leadership of three tribal mining communities.

28h
Born-frees betrayed by the dream
Born-frees betrayed by the dream

This is an extract from Malcolm Ray’s book, Free Fall: South African Universities in a Race against Time.

28h
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.

28h
Opinion: Gauteng Health is sick, thanks to Mahlangu
Opinion: Gauteng Health is sick, thanks to Mahlangu

The body count under Gauteng Heath MEC Qedani Mahlangu's watch is staggering, and continues to climb, writes Don Makatile.

29h
Opinion: Perhaps 1994 was all a great hoax
Opinion: Perhaps 1994 was all a great hoax

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.

29h
Opinion: Students must discard unconstructive tactics
Opinion: Students must discard unconstructive tactics

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

29h
Brangelina’s break-up is written in the stars
Brangelina’s break-up is written in the stars
Life

Mahesh Bang, an astrologer to Bollywood celebrities, unpacks why Brangelina could never work out - because of their star signs.