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Kiri Rupiah

Kiri Rupiah

Kiri Rupiah is the Mail & Guardian’s online editor. 
    The 1 000th cut was the deepest
    The 1 000th cut was the deepest
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    Under Armour under fire for racial profiling
    Under Armour under fire for racial profiling
    Less than a year after arriving on South African shores, American sports apparel brand Under Armour is embroiled in an alleged racial profiling...
    Denel CEO quits with immediate effect
    Denel CEO quits with immediate effect
    The group CEO of Denel has resigned with immediate effect, the state-owned company said on Tuesday.
    De Lille-DA judgment to be delivered on Tuesday
    De Lille-DA judgment to be delivered on Tuesday
    Judgment in the matter between Patricia de Lille and the Democratic Alliance (DA) regarding the termination of her membership will be delivered on...
    No ANC structure instructed Supra to resign says North West PEC
    No ANC structure instructed Supra to resign says North West PEC
    After convening a special provincial executive committee (PEC) meeting on Wednesday, the ANC in Bokone Bophirima says no structure of the ANC asked...
    The fine print on De Lille’s sacking
    The fine print on De Lille’s sacking
    On Tuesday the Democratic Alliance (DA) rescinded Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille’s party membership.
    Bok legend Habana announces retirement
    Bok legend Habana announces retirement
    Springbok legend and Toulon wing Bryan Habana has announced his retirement from all rugby at the end of the current French season.
    Struggle icon Winnie Mandela dies
    Struggle icon Winnie Mandela dies
    Winnie Madikizela-Mandela passed away at the Netcare Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg on Monday, April 2 after a long illness.
    Keeping the faith
    Keeping the faith
    I work with words. Words allow me to give voice and character to the world around me. But words are shysters. They change and grow or shrink...
    Will colourism be SA’s red scare?
    Will colourism be SA’s red scare?
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    Free speech is costly
    Free speech is costly
    Freedom of expression is one of the cornerstones of our nascent constitutional democracy, and it is unquestionably a principle worth defending.
    Slice of Life: Taste buds with Cassper
    Slice of Life: Taste buds with Cassper
    I think I fell into it, because I was … I never thought I’d end up in food. When I finished school I wanted to be a doctor but I studied...