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A new centre of power through mass mobilisation is needed in South Africa

The country needs a mass democratic movement to confront the mismanagement that will otherwise beset it, writes Marius Oosthuizen.

Public protector hopeful grilled over Mumbai rape allegations

Judge Serajudien Desai described his life as a 'colourful' one as he did his best to deflect tough interview questions.

Party hoppers: Can’t live with them, can’t live without ’em

Here's a list of our favourite party hoppers: those silver-tongued politicians who still manage to convince us that the grass really is greener.

Boesak calls on Zille to join Cope

Allan Boesak, the Western Cape premier candidate for Cope, has invited DA leader Helen Zille to join his party.

Nelson Mandela’s role

NELSON Mandela interceded on behalf of Dr Allan Boesak which had been ripped off in the Indonesia bank loan bungle

Boesak, Mandela and the 40 million fiasco

DR ALLAN Boesak's embattled FPJ suffered huge losses in a $40-million bungled bank loan that lead to the doorstep of Indonesia's President.

Tussle for ANC leadership in Cape

A battle for the leadership of the ANC in the Western Cape has involved premier Hernus Kriel in a cabinet confrontation, reports Mondli waka Makhanya.

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