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47 days ago
The Rainbow Nation is back
The Rainbow Nation is back
The Star

The ANC and the EFF fought racist election campaigns; voters reacted, but not in the way they anticipated, says Douglas Gibson.

50 days ago
#WomensDay: A look back at the Women’s Charter
#WomensDay: A look back at the Women’s Charter
The Star

The 1954 Women’s Charter reminds us of how far women in South Africa have come but also what hurdles remain.

51 days ago
Beware the urge to scapegoat Zuma
Beware the urge to scapegoat Zuma
News

Jacob Zuma is a product of the ANC and the party should be embarrassed about what transpired at the polls, writes Eusebius McKaiser.

53 days ago
Managing risk in Gulf geopolitics
Managing risk in Gulf geopolitics
The Star

Africa must resist being a battleground for Qatar-UAE rivalry and proxy wars; in this, the AU has a pivotal role to play, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

59 days ago
Polls may bring strange, unpalatable bedfellows
Polls may bring strange, unpalatable bedfellows
The Star

Smaller parties could struggle to have their mandates on council programmes, or be swallowed, leaving voters betrayed, writes Craig Dodds.

29 July 2016, 11:24am
When will we learn from history?
When will we learn from history?
The Star

We need to speak up for the journalists, academics, judges and lawyers silenced by the draconian measures in Turkey, says Shannon Ebrahim.

28 July 2016, 4:11pm
To vote or not to vote: Is this the question?
To vote or not to vote: Is this the question?
The Star

Democracy should be about how we associate together to improve our society, writes Christopher Rutledge.

28 July 2016, 2:56pm
Why I’m underwhelmed by the upcoming elections
Why I’m underwhelmed by the upcoming elections
The Star

Our career politicians are uninspiring. In fact, political parties now seem to exist only to be elected, says Rich Mkhondo.

26 July 2016, 2:32pm
Too many Trumps in SA politics
Too many Trumps in SA politics
The Star

Politicians could learn from the one nation, one future approach taken by Theresa May and Mmusi Maimane, says Douglas Gibson.