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Mosibudi Mangena

Mosibudi Mangena

    The nuclear race is riddled with hypocrisy
    The nuclear race is riddled with hypocrisy
    It seems the warmongers in Israel and the US, upset by the Iranian deal, won't get their way, writes Mosibudi Mangena.
    Nation must vent its rage against the rot in our parastatals
    Nation must vent its rage against the rot in our parastatals
    Those who are involved in these shenanigans have nothing to fear if the nation simply looks the other way instead of taking action against wrongdoing.
    Ignore lessons from Greece at our peril
    Ignore lessons from Greece at our peril
    Inflated state salaries, rising debt and a high social grant bill leave South Africa vulnerable.
    Rip-off artists are the real threat to koma
    Rip-off artists are the real threat to koma
    This sacred community ritual has been subverted and sullied by predatory and deadly opportunists.
    Self-hate lies at the root of  our difficulties
    Self-hate lies at the root of our difficulties
    What justification do we have for a black government massacring its own people?
    Unbanned 25 years ago: The promise of the time hasn't been fulfilled
    Unbanned 25 years ago: The promise of the time hasn't been fulfilled
    It's 25 years since Madiba's release from prison and the unbanning of political parties. Former minister Mosibudi Mangena asks what's changed.
    Democracy has also brought us great inequality
    Democracy has also brought us great inequality
    The Nkandla scandal and the Marikana massacre are the lowest points of South Africa's democracy yet.
    Mandela: A real man of the people, even in prison
    Mandela: A real man of the people, even in prison
    My first meeting with Nelson Mandela was inauspicious, perhaps even undignified, writes the former president of the Azanian People’s Organisation.
    Centre will build Biko's community
    Centre will build Biko's community
    The recently launched Steve Biko Centre will bring people together in a way Biko would have applauded, says Azapo's Mosibudi Mangena.