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The Star
48 days ago
We have no choice but to transform
We have no choice but to transform

Isolezwe’s success has helped Independent Media transform through adding a new and powerful voice, says editor Mazwi Xaba.

The Star
50 days ago
Zimbabwe can’t keep printing more money
Zimbabwe can’t keep printing more money

The country’s deficit is growing and it may finally need to join the rand area, writes Peter Fabricius.

The Star
50 days ago
Burning schools unjustifiable
Burning schools unjustifiable

It's a terrible injustice to torch one child's or indeed 60 000 children's futures, no matter how angry the aggrieved protesters ...

The Star
50 days ago
Transformation isn’t about race, it’s about excellence
Transformation isn’t about race, it’s about excellence

As the first white editor of The Star in 13 years, Kevin Ritchie wasn’t sure he was right for the job - but he soon learnt otherwise.

The Star
51 days ago
Making a mint out of Mandela
Making a mint out of Mandela

Get-rich ‘rare coin’ schemes are not only rife, they are also dangerous, writes Georgina Crouth.

The Star
51 days ago
Media freedom cannot be divorced from transformation
Media freedom cannot be divorced from transformation

There is no genuine freedom for the media as long as control is concentrated in the hands of a small privileged elite, writes ...

The Star
54 days ago
A constitution that put the nation first
A constitution that put the nation first

People of South Africa provided the Government of National Unity’s committee with direction, writes Janet Smith.

The Star
54 days ago
What is it that Kim Jong-un wants?
What is it that Kim Jong-un wants?

Paranoid leader craves one thing that eludes him in cruel stranglehold on power over hermit country, says Shannon Ebrahim.

The Star
55 days ago
SA’s public health sector is wracked by ills
SA’s public health sector is wracked by ills

There is a human resource crisis in care that is driven partly by the government's tolerance of incompetent staff, according ...

The Star
57 days ago
Malema crazy as a bedbug, but no longer amusing
Malema crazy as a bedbug, but no longer amusing

Julius Malema's delusions are beginning to sound dangerous as he threatens violent revolution, says Douglas Gibson.

The Star
58 days ago
130 years of fighting for workers
130 years of fighting for workers

It is more important than ever for workers to unite and remember their struggle is also a struggle for the defence of our ...

The Star
58 days ago
If you'll excuse my French, less même chose
If you'll excuse my French, less même chose

After liberation, what next? More racial bigotry to add spice to cuisine? asks Denis Beckett.

The Star
58 days ago
Colonial mining models aren't working
Colonial mining models aren't working

Government needs to abandon those structures of power handed down by the big mining companies and place its faith in hard-working, ...

The Star
58 days ago
Only bad reasons not to charge Zuma
Only bad reasons not to charge Zuma

If the NPA never doubted it had a winnable case against Zuma, why would it now appeal this judgment? asks Eusebius McKaiser.

The Star
29 Apr '16, 4:44pm
More questions than answers
More questions than answers

The Arms Procurement Commission found no one guilty in the arms deal, but it failed to draw a definite line under the controversial ...