Opinion

Gender trouble in ANC's succession race
Gender trouble in ANC's succession race
The race for the next ANC president – and probably of South Africa – is on. Will Nkosozana Dlamini-Zuma, outgoing chairperson of the African...
Africa must integrate in age of  Trump
Africa must integrate in age of  Trump
Friday marks the beginning of a new era in world history – and not just because of Donald Trump. It was going to happen anyway: the...
It’s East vs West Africa in battle for AU chair
It’s East vs West Africa in battle for AU chair
The 28th ordinary session of the African Union, which will take place on January 30 and 31 with the theme “Harnessing the demographic dividend...
Oliphant in the room: How is she different to Penny Sparrow?
Oliphant in the room: How is she different to Penny Sparrow?
So it would appear that your mother is “a whore of the town” if you said that Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini is a drunkard...
Why junk status still hangs over South Africa
Why junk status still hangs over South Africa
Although South Africa avoided a...
Five important findings from the leaked SABC report
Five important findings from the leaked SABC report
The SABC has engaged in illegal conduct and entered into unscrupulous deals, according to a leaked preliminary report by the parliamentary...
​Abracadabra – it’s all hocus-pocus
​Abracadabra – it’s all hocus-pocus
THE FIFTH COLUMN
​That awkward but vital sex chat with your kids
​That awkward but vital sex chat with your kids
BODY LANGUAGE
Absa's apartheid debt, the Broederbond and the British spy
Absa's apartheid debt, the Broederbond and the British spy
COMMENTThat the public protector’s finding on Absa is going to become a terrible political mess is inevitable. And it has been inevitable...
Terrifying truths about public debate
Terrifying truths about public debate
There is always a lot at stake in political debate. Consequently, the quality of political debate can easily deteriorate as factions and individuals push their various agendas. This will probably be particularly true of political discourse in our country this year....
Editorial: The Absa quandary is Zuma's to solve
Editorial: The Absa quandary is Zuma's to solve
The sporadic and phlegmatic attempts by the government to look into compensation for the gains of corporate South Africa during apartheid have thus...
Letters to the editor: January 13 to 19 2017
Letters to the editor: January 13 to 19 2017
Teacher tests will fail
​A single woman counts the cost of having a baby
​A single woman counts the cost of having a baby
WOMEN’S RIGHTSConnie, 29, was expecting her second child. She was on the radio, asking for advice on how to invest her R5 000. She did...

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