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"He's behaving like Cosatu belongs to him," muttered one observer. It was a reference to Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi -- the high-spirited, joke-cracking star of the show at the federation's recent central committee (CC) meeting. Everything was going Vavi's way.
It's time for South Africa to revisit their strategy -- and their arrogance -- after the Wanderers whipping by Oz.
Colin Bower takes a broad swipe at Christianity in his new book, writes Drew Forrest.
"Affirmative action is creating a new discrimination, an angry new generation of young whites. Research indicates that if the employment equity quotas were enforced with 1,9% economic growth, 600 000 whites would have to be fired." Drew Forrest hands out this week's tien van die beste to Freedom Front Plus leader Pieter Mulder.
The apartheid policeman who was instrumental in unionist Neil Aggett's suicide has rebranded himself as a business counterintelligence consultant.
There are good reasons why the phone-hacking scandal should not play into the ANC's hands.
A compendium of reviews by an American music journalist doesn't provide a comprehensive portrait.
A Swedish programme has aired allegations of a payment ostensibly intended for a union school. Drew Forrest and Tabelo Timse report.