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Comrade Andrew Mlangeni was the embodiment of service

Kgalema Motlanthe paid tribute to ANC struggle stalwart Andrew Mlangeni, who died on Tuesday, at his 95th birthday celebrations last month

Mpumalanga municipalities fail to deliver services to informal settlements

The auditor general’s report on local government stated that most councils did not spend their infrastructure development budgets and did not address concerns regarding financial controls

ANC’s past policies worth revisiting

Its social and economic focus was in step with its emancipatory role before its 1993 volte-face

Magashule uses KZN conference to rally support for Msholozi

The ANC SG praised the former president for the 'most revolutionary' decisions taken during his term of office

Luthuli inquest could be reopened

The NPA is relooking at the ANC leader’s 1967 death, and those of other activists

A comrade rises – before the fall

T​here was a time long ago, and not so long ago, when Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma represented the potential the liberation of an oppressed people held.

Sorting the saviours from the sheep

The Mail & Guardian continues its satirical guest writer series. Would-be tenderpreneur Apollo Mabuza gives us his first impressions

Zuma: From unifier to divider

Daddy’s decade has seen resolutions gather dust and the party left in tatters

David Goldblatt on Ranjith Kally’s ‘Memory Against Forgetting’

David Goldblatt salutes a photographer whose work speaks fluently about people and events

Luthuli’s arms twisted

A new biography of Albert Luthuli surprisingly shows that he considered himself a Christian first and a politician last.

Zuma: Don’t fail Luthuli’s vision of SA

President Jacob Zuma said South Africans need to ensure that Chief Albert Luthuli's vision of a non-racial democratic society does not fail.

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