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PAC's Kenny Motsamai granted full parole after 27 years in prison
PAC's Kenny Motsamai granted full parole after 27 years in prison
Former Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) combatant Kenny Motsamai walked out of the Boksburg prison a free man on Wednesday after he was granted...
Imprisoned by the Freedom Charter
Imprisoned by the Freedom Charter
The historiography of the liberation struggle in the era of mass mobilisation is a historical narrative about the life and times of the Freedom...
[Video]PAC: We reject the election outcome
[Video]PAC: We reject the election outcome
The Pan Africanist Congress - which won a mere 0.21% support - has rejected the results of the 2014 national elections, saying votes were miscounted.
[Video]Road to elections:  Nkandla still on everyone’s mind
[Video]Road to elections: Nkandla still on everyone’s mind
Nearly two weeks after the release of Thuli Madonsela's Nkandla report, the country’s focus remains firmly on Jacob Zuma.
PAC: Malema stealing our values
PAC: Malema stealing our values
"The way Julius Malema is portraying himself gives us a problem because he is stealing what we have stood for as a party," Mphethi told...
Cadre’s struggle with tragedy
Cadre’s struggle with tragedy
Its subject matter is in many ways a protest: against the remembrance of history; and against the heavy price of individual sacrifice. It is, to...
Electioneering marks Human Rights Day celebrations
Electioneering marks Human Rights Day celebrations
Political ideologies took centre stage as part of Human Rights day celebrations in Sharpeville on Thursday.
Marginalised parties strive for unity
Marginalised parties strive for unity
While rumblings of discontent echoed widely during recent Youth Day events, a collection of particularly indignant voices gathered at the historic...
Use of an allegation should have been made more clear
Use of an allegation should have been made more clear
In any week there are readers who are unhappy with some aspect of the Mail & Guardian. Some of the resulting correspondence is dealt...
Malema still stirring up trouble
Malema still stirring up trouble
African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema remained in the eye of the storm on Tuesday after angering various groups...
Almost a revolution
Almost a revolution
As South Africa marks the 50th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre on Sunday, the political party that led the protest against apartheid pass...
Days that shook the world
Days that shook the world
On Sunday night March 20 1960, Johannesburg was remarkably peaceful considering that a revolution was planned for the following morning.

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