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1 November 2016, 2:01pm
Helen Walne: A future that’s fanciful and ignorant
Helen Walne: A future that’s fanciful and ignorant
The Star

In Samsung's vision of the future, where are the have-nots for whom merely surviving is a full-time occupation? asks Helen Walne.

28 October 2016, 7:23pm
Sacrificing freedom for freedom
Sacrificing freedom for freedom
The Star

As #FeesMustFall students face the prospect of prison, Raymond Suttner recalls his time inside apartheid's jails.

27 October 2016, 2:14pm
ICC exit: It’s the ordinary people who will suffer
ICC exit: It’s the ordinary people who will suffer
The Star

The government's decision to leave the ICC shows little regard for the victims of international crimes or the constitution., writes Angeka Mudukuti.

25 October 2016, 12:30pm
Our country is in a leadership crisis
Our country is in a leadership crisis
The Star

It is said that a crisis is a culmination of issues that have not been properly managed - SA's leaders are guilty as charged, says Ray McCauley.

19 October 2016, 2:13pm
Covering Samora Machel’s death was harrowing
Covering Samora Machel’s death was harrowing
The Star

The Star's writer Sol Makgabutlane recalls the day a fearless liberation hero died.

18 October 2016, 9:15pm
Will university education have to be privatised?
Will university education have to be privatised?
The Star

It is time students, their parents and clerics woke up to the destructive consequences of lawlessness and anarchy, writes Douglas Gibson.

18 October 2016, 2:20pm
New public protector must confound critics
New public protector must confound critics
The Star

It is up to new Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to set suspicious minds at ease, says Frans Viljoen.

14 October 2016, 1:55pm
#ThuliMadonsela - 7 major events of 7 years in office
#ThuliMadonsela - 7 major events of 7 years in office
The Star

For many South Africans, Thuli Madonsela's greatest victory was her investigation into Nkandla. But wait there's more...

14 October 2016, 12:45pm
Shannon Ebrahim: Kashmir conflict catastrophic for civilians
Shannon Ebrahim: Kashmir conflict catastrophic for civilians
The Star

Tension between India and its northern neighbour has spiked, along with the number of serious eye injuries, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

14 October 2016, 08:02am
Thuli finally gets a chance to breathe
Thuli finally gets a chance to breathe
The Star

Advocate Thuli Madonsela leaves office as the Public Protector today. She spoke to Janet Smith about her past and her future.

13 October 2016, 9:33pm
A master at playing the blame game
A master at playing the blame game
The Star

Trump has taken sexism to a new low, but it's the divisions he has drawn in the US which also disturb, writes Aishwarya Kumar.

13 October 2016, 9:25pm
Qualified in the subject of ‘myself’
Qualified in the subject of ‘myself’
The Star

Hlaudi Motsoeneng's rise to power has been accompanied by a bizarre commentary of self-obsession and self-congratulation, writes Geoff Hughes.

13 October 2016, 10:51am
Wits SRC: We won’t back down
Wits SRC: We won’t back down
The Star

We must continue the fight for free education, despite escalating violence, writes the Wits SRC.

12 October 2016, 2:38pm
When a ‘radiological hotspot’ is your home
When a ‘radiological hotspot’ is your home
The Star

"I need to leave this place for the sake of my children's health. It's a disaster," says Thandeka Mkhehlane, a resident of Tudor Shaft.

12 October 2016, 2:28pm
Truth of the dust that brings death
Truth of the dust that brings death
The Star

A new report details how SA has failed to meet its human rights obligations concerning gold mining. Researcher Bonnie Docherty spoke to Sheree Bega.