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Mmanaledi Mataboge

Mmanaledi Mataboge

Mmanaledi Mataboge is the Mail & Guardian's political editor. Raised in a rural village, she later studied journalism in a township where she fell in love with the medium of radio. This former radio presenter and producer previously worked as a senior politics reporter for the Mail & Guardian, and writes on politics, government, and anything that gives the disadvantaged, poor, and the oppressed a voice.
ANC hopes Methodists will minister to them
ANC hopes Methodists will minister to them
The ANC says the Methodist Church may "revisit" a ban on its ministers serving as party chaplains. Not so, says the church.
ANC hopes Methodists will minister to them
ANC hopes Methodists will minister to them
The ANC says the Methodist Church may "revisit" a ban on its ministers serving as party chaplains. Not so, says the church.
Even ANC voters say the ruling party is performing badly
Even ANC voters say the ruling party is performing badly
An internal report has revealed that ANC voters believe the party is performing poorly in combating crime and corruption, and in creating jobs.
Former Mandela metro manager wins R3.1m in damages
Former Mandela metro manager wins R3.1m in damages
The PE high court has ordered that Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality pay its former municipal manager Lindiwe Msengana-Ndlela R3.1-million in damages.
Struggle icon Ruth Mompati mothered the movement
Struggle icon Ruth Mompati mothered the movement
ANC stalwart Ruth Mompati, though anti-gay, was admired as a fearless fighter for freedom.
Delegates pull plug on Malema's Zim trip
Delegates pull plug on Malema's Zim trip
A speech to be given by Julius Malema in Zimbabwe has been cancelled after delegates began pulling out following xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
Gatvol Zuma turns on African leaders
Gatvol Zuma turns on African leaders
It's no more Mr Nice Guy as President Jacob Zuma defies his naysayers to crack down on border-hopping, illegal immigrants.
Police minister missing as SA burns
Police minister missing as SA burns
Xenophobic attacks continued this week, with the defence force coming to the police's aid. But Police Minister Nathi Nhleko was conspicuously absent.
ANC rebukes its women's league
ANC rebukes its women's league
Political inaction, poor finances, disorganisation and a power battle are some of the problems facing the women's league.
DA's kingmaker riles party members
DA's kingmaker riles party members
James Selfe's apparent bid to decide the next leader of the party by introducing a new rule has not gone down well.
Lindiwe Mazibuko: The time for me to lead the DA is not now
Lindiwe Mazibuko: The time for me to lead the DA is not now
Despite being mentioned as one of the favourites to succeed Helen Zille, Lindiwe Mazibuko says she will not make herself available for election.