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Good ol’ Durbs and dirty politics
Good ol’ Durbs and dirty politics
Wednesday. It’s hardly daybreak but the sun already appears to be ahead on points in its battle with the bank of rain clouds hanging over Durban...
UN special rapporteur to probe structural racism in the UK
UN special rapporteur to probe structural racism in the UK
The UN Special Rapporteur on Racism will visit the United Kingdom until May 11 to study rampant structuralised racism amongst police forces towards...
Editorial: Don’t turn a blind eye to the right
Editorial: Don’t turn a blind eye to the right
There has been an upsurge in right-wing activity across the West, in countries usually thought to be stable, contented, middle-of-the-road...
Explainer: How Facebook has become the world's largest echo chamber
Explainer: How Facebook has become the world's largest echo chamber
I began my research career in the last century with an analysis of how news organisations were adapting to this strange new thing called “the...
Trump and Brexit have triggered two deep constitutional crises
Trump and Brexit have triggered two deep constitutional crises
Two years ago, a Trump presidency and a vote for Brexit were considered all but unthinkable. Now, two of the world’s oldest democracies are...
SA’s crisis needs a democratic resolution
SA’s crisis needs a democratic resolution
In April and May 2014, more than 200‑million people in India voted for the alliance of parties led by Narendra Modi, a man who has been regularly...
Divided over Brexit, Northern Ireland marks year with no government
Divided over Brexit, Northern Ireland marks year with no government
Racked by tensions over Brexit, Northern Ireland is now on the brink of direct rule by civil servants in London after the province's semi-autonomous government collapsed a year ago on Tuesday....
Brexit rebel MPs compromise with UK goverment over key bill
Brexit rebel MPs compromise with UK goverment over key bill
British Prime Minister Theresa May was set to avoid a damaging parliamentary defeat after rebels in her party appeared to strike a compromise over...
Old-world diction, flawed punditry and the fight for Zimbabwe’s future
Old-world diction, flawed punditry and the fight for Zimbabwe’s future
Words and phrases aren’t empty vessels – they carry the weight of human experience, and the hopes they generate help to set actual agendas.
EU denies Brexit dinner report where British PM pleaded for help
EU denies Brexit dinner report where British PM pleaded for help
EU officials on Monday denied a German newspaper report saying a "tortured" British Prime Minister Theresa May pleaded with EU Commission chief...
After Brexit vote, hate crimes are on the rise
After Brexit vote, hate crimes are on the rise
The number of hate crimes against Britons of ethnic or religious minorities soared around the time the UK voted to quit the European Union and in...
May warns 'ball in EU's court' as Brexit talks resume
May warns 'ball in EU's court' as Brexit talks resume
Brexit negotiations enter a critical round on Monday with British Prime Minister Theresa May saying the ball is in the EU's court, but the bloc...

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