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​Energy fix stares SA in the face
​Energy fix stares SA in the face
NEWS ANALYSIS
More nature equals less obesity and depression
More nature equals less obesity and depression
Humanity now stands on top of nature, either smashing it or carefully curating it into designated spaces. Cement replaces green fields of grassland....
As climate changes, so must aid
As climate changes, so must aid
Southern Africa is highly vulnerable to natural disasters, whether it be drought or flooding. Many countries are in fact suffering from consecutive...
Editorial: World Bank's poor call
Editorial: World Bank's poor call
It seems more than a little ironic that the World Bank, in the form of its financial investment arm, finds itself entangled in South Africa’s...
Wait continues for Sassa’s invite to tender
Wait continues for Sassa’s invite to tender
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) this week missed a self-imposed deadline in the process of setting up a new infrastructure for the...
F1 changes are revving up a storm
F1 changes are revving up a storm
Formula One ventures into the unknown zone of a long-awaited revamped and high-speed era under new American ownership this weekend when the engines...
Israel is an apartheid state. Dump the report, says UN
Israel is an apartheid state. Dump the report, says UN
NEWS ANALYSISWhen the Special Committee against Apartheid was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1962, Western powers...
Zille’s tweets may hurt DA in 2019
Zille’s tweets may hurt DA in 2019
Senior black Democratic Alliance leaders have called for Helen Zille to be “dealt with decisively”, saying her now infamous colonialism tweets...
Hamilton and Mercedes have targets on their backs
Hamilton and Mercedes have targets on their backs
Lewis Hamilton will try to put his stamp on the new Formula One season at this week’s Australian Grand Prix as he seeks to regain the world...
C’mon Maimane, grow a pair
C’mon Maimane, grow a pair
Nothing good came out of colonialism. It was thoroughly evil. Nothing good came out of apartheid. It was thoroughly wicked. Anyone who tries to...
The rise of Rwanda’s women filmmakers
The rise of Rwanda’s women filmmakers
When the week-long Pan-African Film and Television Festival (Fespaco) drew to a close in Ouagadougou at the start of March, it was a night of many...
No low-cost housing for Sea Point
No low-cost housing for Sea Point
The Democratic Alliance-led Western Cape government says it was looking at “the bigger picture” when it decided to sell prime property in Cape...
Oil tanker hijacking a warning sign
Oil tanker hijacking a warning sign
NEWS ANALYSISThis month’s hijacking of an oil tanker on its way to Mogadishu, Somalia’s capital, sparked international attention.
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