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Apartheid cop accused of ‘delay tactics’ to avoid murder trial
Apartheid cop accused of ‘delay tactics’ to avoid murder trial
The trial of former Security Branch cop João ‘Jan’ Rodrigues, who is accused of murdering anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol in 1971, was...
Ramaphosa hands over 4 500 hectares to KZN community
Ramaphosa hands over 4 500 hectares to KZN community
President Cyril Ramaphosa handed over more than 4 500 hectares of land to the KwaMkhwanazi community in Empangeni, northern KwaZulu-Natal on...
Public interest law and the struggle for social justice
Public interest law and the struggle for social justice
‘The people shall govern!” declares the first clause of the Freedom Charter, adopted on June 25 and 26 1955 by the Congress of the People in...
Go to the root to eradicate racism
Go to the root to eradicate racism
South Africa probably enjoys some of the best legislative and policy protection against racial discrimination in the world. Our Constitution set in...
Quest for truth paramount for Haffejee family
Quest for truth paramount for Haffejee family
The Haffejee siblings have spent four decades waiting. In that time, their parents have passed away, and their brother, Yusuf, who fervently fought...
Race identity policy is irrelevant to ‘new South Africans’
Race identity policy is irrelevant to ‘new South Africans’
The institutional practice of asking people to tick their racial identity on various forms is one mechanism the state uses to organise society into...
Timol family hopes for truth from Security Branch policeman
Timol family hopes for truth from Security Branch policeman
As the trial into the murder of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol looms, the Timol family has made an appeal to the former Security Branch...
Legal land battle looms for Pretoria East
Legal land battle looms for Pretoria East
A protracted legal battle stands in the way of the Bakgatla ba Lekhuleni clan’s attempt to lay claim to large parts of the country’s capital,...
PODCAST: De Bijbel
PODCAST: De Bijbel
Like our country, many of us in South Africa have complicated histories. Our ancestral backgrounds are almost always a mix contradicting the simple...
Racism in the Cape Town yoga community: One instructor's story
Racism in the Cape Town yoga community: One instructor's story
Earlier this year Kafui Awoonor took her employer Fulvio Grandin — the owner of the yoga studio Yogazone, on Kloof Street in Cape Town where...
Weekly Mail drew a line on censorship
Weekly Mail drew a line on censorship
In the 1980s, as the apartheid state imposed successive states of emergency, including censorship of the media, The Weekly Mail began using...
White people must own their complicity
White people must own their complicity
As genocide and concentration camps have re-entered our lives through what is happening to the Rohingya people in Myanmar and the internment of...

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