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Linton Kwesi Johnson gave poetry back to the people

The 2020 winner of the PEN Pinter Prize, LKJ’s poetry puts the ignominy and hardship of the black experience in Britain front and centre in words that echo across the decades

Empire and environmentalism: The legacy of a brilliant maverick, Richard Grove

The prolific interdisciplinary scholar who worked on the periphery and challenged Eurocentrism also drew attention to the El Niño phenomenon and global warming concerns in Victorian times

Maduro ‘optimistic’ after opposition talks resume in Barbados

Delegations from both sides arrived in Barbados Monday morning to revive discussions, after a previous round in Norway petered out

Guaido says talks with Venezuela govt to resume, move to Barbados

​Dialogue between Venezuela's opposition and President Maduro's government will resume in Barbados, self-declared interim president Juan Guaido said

Pietersen sets up England win over SA

Kevin Pietersen laid the platform for a commanding 39-run victory over SA as England took a giant stride towards the World Twenty20 semifinals.

Smith confident as SA prepare for England

South Africa captain Graeme Smith was in a bullish mood ahead of his side's World Twenty20 Super Eights clash against England on Saturday.

Steyn, Morkel mug the minnows

Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel subjected Afghanistan to a short-pitched mugging to give the Proteas a comfortable passage into the Super Eight phase.

Hard hitting elite eight go head to head in Caribbean

Fast, true pitches and some big hitting are expected over the next few days as the Twenty20 World Cup enters the Super Eight phase on Thursday.

Rain in England’s favour as they reach Super Eights

England qualified for the second round Super Eights of the World Twenty20 following a no-result wash-out with Ireland on Tuesday.

Hurricane Ivan rips off roofs in Barbados

Hurricane Ivan strengthened on Tuesday as it passed near Barbados, with hurricane-force winds bending palm trees and blowing off roofs just days after Hurricane Frances tore through the Caribbean. Ivan raced toward the Windward Islands with sustained winds of 175kph, making it a category-three hurricane.

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Concourt to hear Zondo commission’s application for contempt order against Zuma on March 25

The former president has been one week to file answering papers in the application that also seeks a prison sentence imposed on him

Koko maintains he had no idea he was exchanging emails with a man likely to be Salim Essa

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Zuma foundation claims ex-president was prepared to testify, but Zondo played politics

Zuma’s namesake organisation twists facts and the law – he told Zondo he would answer questions but only in private to the deputy chief justice

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