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South Africa, which tends to view itself as an oasis of democracy in a chaotic continent, may be surprised to find that it has been ranked fourth in terms of media freedom in Africa, trailing Benin, Namibia and Cape Verde. The annual Reporters sans FrontiÃ¨res World Press Freedom index still ranks South Africa a respectable 31st out of 167 countries worldwide.
The collection of his last works is as much autobiographical as an expression of his views.
Percy Zvomuya's fear of the dark catches with up with him at a streetlamp in downtown Jo'burg.
The union federation’s former headquarters is now a derelict mess.
Of all our neighbours, why are they caught up in so many of South Africa's most tragic and shameful events?
Percy Zvomuya examines a book that comes to some surprising conclusions about the country's so-called farm invasions.
Moeletsi Mbeki is an ideas man, making him a thorn in the flesh of ruling elites -- and his brother.
There are too many local aspirant writers with limited reading lists and bad editors, writes Percy Zvomuya.