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8 December 2016, 9:00pm
Gambia full of shocking surprises
Gambia full of shocking surprises
News

Extreme human rights abuses have culminated in yet another shock - the man behind them has conceded power, writes Angela Mudukuti

8 December 2016, 8:12pm
Hatred at the root of violations
Hatred at the root of violations
News

There seems to be a hatred of women who refuse to comply with patriarchal authority in sexual hierarchy and cultural norms, writes Geoff Hughes

6 December 2016, 9:54pm
Reflection on SA's bumpy ride
Reflection on SA's bumpy ride
Opinion

We have faced crisis after crisis, but I hope we have good people who will make sure we do not self-destruct, writes Ray McCauley.

2 December 2016, 9:58pm
PICS: Algeria, the fulcrum of revolutions
PICS: Algeria, the fulcrum of revolutions
The Star

Algeria was where the armed Struggle began and it became an inspiration for Mandela, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

30 November 2016, 9:16pm
Listen carefully, resist, show love
Listen carefully, resist, show love
The Star

Palestinian children live a remarkably fragile existence. A beautiful calendar of their art now describes some of their lives, writes Nina Butler

29 November 2016, 8:41pm
Raising the minimum wage won't reduce inequality
Raising the minimum wage won't reduce inequality

What we should be doing is getting more of SA's 9 million unemployed to work, writes Jasson Urbach.

29 November 2016, 8:35pm
SA needs to rethink its foreign policy
SA needs to rethink its foreign policy
The Star

In order to prioritise job creation, we ought to be more strategic with diplomatic postings to stimulate investment, writes Douglas Gibson.

25 November 2016, 9:16pm
A rich harvest for some
A rich harvest for some
The Star

For many more, it's a harvest of misery. A Danish documentary reveals apartheid-like conditions in SA's wine industry, writes Koketso Moeti.

25 November 2016, 09:13am
Shannon Ebrahim: Cuba’s decisive role in African liberation
Shannon Ebrahim: Cuba’s decisive role in African liberation
The Star

It was the "most beautiful cause of mankind" that motivated Castro's intervention, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

24 November 2016, 8:46pm
Name and shame ICC deserters
Name and shame ICC deserters
The Star

The perception that African countries are being targeted is not true, as many have referred themselves to the court, writes Angela Mudukuti.

24 November 2016, 8:25pm
Trump’s appointees will be swimming in the swamp
Trump’s appointees will be swimming in the swamp
The Star

Key staff and advisors have elicited positive responses from the Ku Klux Klan, writes Aishwarya Kumar.

24 November 2016, 1:02pm
The raising of the clenched fist
The raising of the clenched fist

The contest for power in South Africa after 1960 is a remarkable part of international guerrilla history.

23 November 2016, 1:07pm
China-SA friendly co-operation - full steam ahead
China-SA friendly co-operation - full steam ahead
The Star

China's Vice-President Li Yuanchao says the key to unleash the potential of China-South Africa co-operation is action.

22 November 2016, 8:24pm
A tool to transform the inherited apartheid wage
A tool to transform the inherited apartheid wage
The Star

Minimum wages have reduced inequality across Latin America, Asia and Europe, says Gilad Isaacs. The same can happen here

22 November 2016, 8:15pm
Clean audits add to optimism
Clean audits add to optimism

However, it is not all rosy and the time has come to increase the powers of the auditor-general to include punitive measures, writes Ray McCauley.