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Zweli Mkhize and the art of money recycling

The former health minister’s ‘close associates’ laundered cash from the R150-million Digital Vibes ‘heist’ in boxes

Editorial: We have all shielded powerful abusers

How many R Kellys are we harbouring? It’s a difficult question for all.

South African politicians must urgently address childhood stunting

Chronic malnutrition is ruining the future for thousands of children

Responsible artificial intelligence means responsible use

AI cannot be responsible itself, but there are ways to ensure decisions made by AI are not discriminatory

Urgent need for the world to reinvigorate rules-based multilateralism

The system needs to be more open and inclusive to give young people, civil society, the private sector, academia, and others a spot at the table

Separate marriage laws marginalise queer people

The law must recognise, respect and protect individuals’ right to give expression to their culture, traditions and religion in their marriages

Is B-BBEE an anchor for democracy?

Empowering the poor should be what underlies every debate and policy adopted in South Africa

Child marriage is a negative coping mechanism for millions of girls

Many people do not see it as a crime, but rather a tradition they should follow without question. Regular school attendance can keep girls out of harm's way

The Mental Health Care Act and the art of patient care corruption

But, for greedy relations, unscrupulous lawyers and other “experts”, it can be a license to plunder the unfortunate

Nurture the formidable entrepreneurial spirit of SA’s township women

Many don’t have a formal education or business literacy but they support their families and create opportunities for others

Has South Africa reached a tipping point?

At a time when unemployment and poverty must be tackled head on, our country appears rudderless

Local government elections: Dear ANC, look before you leap

In love, as in politics, look before you leap

Mzwanele Manyi: The Zindzi Mandela of our time

If Jacob Zuma is our Nelson Mandela, what does that leave Mzwanele Manyi?

Civil society steps in to fight SA’s ‘hidden hunger’ revealed by Covid-19

The healthy-food famine does not fit stereotypical images of need, yet it can be addressed creatively

Resilience is forged in the crucible of crisis

Some countries are placing the state at the centre to battle the problems caused by Covid-19 rather than relying solely on the markets

Food is not a commodity, it’s a fundamental right

We need collective action to reach a zero-hunger world

Why is Jacob Zuma still so popular?

The former president and the ‘RET’ faction will not bring the changes South Africa sorely needs

Editorial: Despite Zuma saga, the law will prevail

We must hold faith that law will prevail
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