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A leadership deal between President Jacob Zuma and Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe could be what the ANC needs to survive, writes Khaya Dlanga.
Desperate people do desperate things - like taking advantage of those even more desperate than themselves, writes Khaya Dlanga.
As we transform SA's white-dominated economy, things must get better not worse. That means training and education. Which means the state must step up.
Even though we desire solitude, we can't stand being by ourselves. Good thing we have Twitter, writes Khaya Dlanga.
The purple cries of reverse racism slung at Woolworths are misguided at best, writes Khaya Dlanga. But sure, why not ... bring on the white cashiers!
Khaya Dlanga offers the Democratic Alliance and its leader, Helen Zille, some tips on how to increase their number of black voters.
How much more patient will the ANC be with its leader, Jacob Zuma, if another scandal comes to light, asks Khaya Dlanga.
The year is 2040 and the Democratic Alliance rules the country. A new history has been written and taught in schools. Here is the edited version.