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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Democracy gives memory a new spin
Democracy gives memory a new spin
Heated debates continue into the present concerning the memorialisation and commemoration of the Soweto uprisings. How do the various liberation...
Why Corbyn's meteoric rise is good for Africa
Why Corbyn's meteoric rise is good for Africa
In the leadup to last week’s British elections, some of UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s most enthusiastic supporters were the groups...
​Focus on private sector creates better investment framework for Africa
​Focus on private sector creates better investment framework for Africa
Africa’s enormous economic potential is not news. But, until now, policymakers around the world have not successfully defined the political and...
Saudis back Qatar into a corner
Saudis back Qatar into a corner
In any other week, the twin suicide attacks in Iran on Wednesday would have been headline news in the Middle East. Although the Islamic State...
Undoing the silences that become lies
Undoing the silences that become lies
On May 11, Karabo Mokoena’s body, burnt and mutilated, was found in a ditch, discarded along with the ordinary detritus of our lives, in...
‘Old guard’ architects resisting change
‘Old guard’ architects resisting change
An article in the Mail & Guardian last week, “Architects take on bully council”, attempted to dig deeper into a series of allegations...
As UK goes to polls, May’s gamble on calling a snap election looks increasingly risky
As UK goes to polls, May’s gamble on calling a snap election looks increasingly risky
The United Kingdom goes to the polls today in a landmark election after an extraordinary election campaign. Since the snap ballot was called in...

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