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Mr Malema, don’t divide us

I have always regarded myself a South African first. When I do go abroad, I’m always eager to return to the land of my and my great-grandparents’ birth.

5 July 2018 | The Post

Zuma impaired the police service and it's time to remedy it

Zuma - in order to protect himself and the network that surrounded him - engineered the weakening, undermining and destruction of institutions such as Parliament, the police, the intelligence services and the National Prosecuting Authority, giving criminals free rein to wreak havoc.

15 June 2018 | The Post

Letter: Don’t forget our ancestors’ hard work

The agricultural aspects of preparing the land, growing and cutting the cane involved backbreaking, intensive labour from dawn to dusk, from those who came from India (1860 to 1911) and as indentured labourers - almost slaves.

23 May 2018 | The Post

Blatant racism at son's school

White pupils dominate in codes of sport like cricket, while the players of colour sit on the bench for the duration of the match, for every match.

7 March 2018 | The Post

Temple sale no solution

The reason for the current decline is due to the restrictions placed by said administration, making it nearly impossible for devotees to participate.

25 February 2018 | The Post