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Refugees have an equal right to healthcare
Refugees have an equal right to healthcare
June 20 is World Refugee Day. There are about 65.6-million forcibly displaced people, and 22.5-million international refugees, the recent report by...
South Africans’ stories tell how the country is changing
South Africans’ stories tell how the country is changing
News that South Africa has entered a recession has added more uncertainty to the lives of many citizens.
SA’s promise of true equality  still a dream
SA’s promise of true equality still a dream
South Africa has submitted its first report to the United Nations on the progress it has made to overcome the apartheid legacies of unequal access...
Letters to the editor: June 23 to 29 2017
Letters to the editor: June 23 to 29 2017
I was heart-broken reading Neo Ramoupi’s article on higher education (“
State capture fails the black middle class
State capture fails the black middle class
South Africa’s middle class (white and black) has always been a creation of the state, but the method used to create a white middle class differs...
Public protector's 30-year old bailout pursuit is sending SA on a wild goose chase
Public protector's 30-year old bailout pursuit is sending SA on a wild goose chase
Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has ignited a flaring grass fire with recommendations around a R1.2-billion bailout paid to a local bank between 1986...
Why the public protector is dangerously wrong
Why the public protector is dangerously wrong
The proposal of the public protector, advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane, that the Constitution should be amended to change the role of the South African...
It's not over yet, Dlamini has everything at stake
It's not over yet, Dlamini has everything at stake
The saga of social grants and the role of the minister of social development is set to continue in light of the latest Constitutional Court judgment....
Brics meet at key point in battle against global inequality
Brics meet at key point in battle against global inequality
Foreign ministers of the Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) met on Monday in Beijing in advance of the group’s 9th annual...
South Africa has failed its young people. What can be done about it
South Africa has failed its young people. What can be done about it
It is more than 40 years since young people, first in Soweto, and then around the country, rose up against the apartheid regime. Initially their protest was against...
Let’s up our political expectations
Let’s up our political expectations
It is important that we do not set our sights too low as a country. We had enormous potential when we chose a democratic path in 1994 and have had...
Oh Lordey, self-care as warfare
Oh Lordey, self-care as warfare
In the 1980s, as she battled cancer, poet and novelist Audre Lorde noted in her book A Burst of Light: “Caring for myself is not...
If JZ used  WhatsApp voice notes...
If JZ used WhatsApp voice notes...
I have recorded two WhatsApp voice messages in my life, both of which prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that listening to my own voice brings up...

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