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The Star
31 Mar '16, 2:43pm
Triumph for world justice
Triumph for world justice

The Hague's judgment against notorious Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžic, though delayed, is hugely important, writes Angela Mudukuti.

The Star
29 Mar '16, 2:25pm
Red herrings and scapegoats
Red herrings and scapegoats

An independent judicial commission of inquiry is probably the best way to deal with the state capture scandal, writes Ray McCauley.

The Star
24 Mar '16, 7:51pm
The fight against racism must continue
The fight against racism must continue

By understanding our history, we have a better chance of creating an improved future for all in South Africa, writes Nathi Mthethwa.

The Star
24 Mar '16, 11:00am
Let's work together to end TB
Let's work together to end TB

We have adopted a strategy to end TB in our lifetime. This strategy requires us to work together to achieve the “three 90s”, writes Cyril Ramaphosa.

The Star
24 Mar '16, 10:01am
ANC must admit it is losing face… and support
ANC must admit it is losing face… and support

The ruling party can no longer claim to hold the moral high ground and dare not delude itself into believing it will rule ...

The Star
23 Mar '16, 08:54am
Barack Obama hands it to Cuba
Barack Obama hands it to Cuba

The US president admits his country's policies have been a failure and says it's time to do something different, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

The Star
22 Mar '16, 5:18pm
‘Super Sunday’ delivers some good news
‘Super Sunday’ delivers some good news

This past Sunday saw five elections and a referendum which gives a fairly precise account of the state of democracy in Africa, writes Peter Fabricius.

The Star
22 Mar '16, 4:38pm
Zuma may live to regret Vytjie Mentor snub
Zuma may live to regret Vytjie Mentor snub

Mbeki was recalled in the interests of the ANC feral underclass. Recalling Zuma would be to the benefit of SA, says Douglas Gibson.

The Star
18 Mar '16, 2:08pm
Thanks, Sowetans, for decades of generosity
Thanks, Sowetans, for decades of generosity

For an uplifting experience, get lost in Soweto and feel the nation's heartbeat, writes Denis Beckett.

The Star
18 Mar '16, 08:18am
Two different messages on Middle East
Two different messages on Middle East

One academic campaigns against institutionalised racism, the other encourages SA to export reconciliation, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

The Star
17 Mar '16, 2:20pm
Love and hate in central Africa
Love and hate in central Africa

Some soldiers patrolling Goma were militia and rapists. They have changed their uniforms, but what about their values, asks Mercedes Sayagues.

The Star
17 Mar '16, 2:04pm
Walus, Omar – extremes of our nation
Walus, Omar – extremes of our nation

Apartheid produced murderers and humanitarians; it brought out the best and the worst in people, writes Angela Mudukuti.

The Star
16 Mar '16, 11:17am
Time to take violent protest in hand
Time to take violent protest in hand

A lackadaisical approach to the rule of law and order is bad for democracy's future, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

The Star
15 Mar '16, 10:40am
What's behind offer to fight Boko Haram?
What's behind offer to fight Boko Haram?

Sceptical analysts are asking if SA really means to deploy its military strength to help bring peace and stability to the ...

The Star
15 Mar '16, 10:14am
We need to sing a new song
We need to sing a new song

#SouthAfricaMustRise. These words should be in our hearts if we are to overcome our difficulties and have hope again, writes Ray McCauley.