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Customary law can pose problems for widows
Customary law can pose problems for widows
‘I am not the first that this has happened to. Which is why I am fired up and encouraged by the spirits of all the widows who have been marginalised by patriarchal in-laws in moments of grief and stripped of their dignity and the very basic need to grieve.”...
Letters to the editor: October 26 to November 1
Letters to the editor: October 26 to November 1
I have read the Mail & Guardian usually with interest and appreciation but in the past year I have realised that your newspaper has a...
Zwelithini asks AfriForum for help to fight land expropriation
Zwelithini asks AfriForum for help to fight land expropriation
King Goodwill Zwelithini is planning to join forces with Afrikaner supremacist group AfriForum in an effort to oppose land expropriation without...
Queer rights battle is a fight for the right to religious belief
Queer rights battle is a fight for the right to religious belief
A Goliathan battle is under way inside the Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) to shape the ethics and values on which it imagines its future, and the...
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...
Our heritage is a successful civil society
Our heritage is a successful civil society
Let’s imagine that aliens visited South Africa in late 1993, abducted a South African and then returned him or her home 25 years later.
Tax ombud's office matures with time
Tax ombud's office matures with time
At a panel discussion at the annual Tax Indaba on Tuesday, Tax Ombud Judge Bernard Ngoepe, who has been at the helm since the office’s...
SA’s political parties are a useless bunch
SA’s political parties are a useless bunch
Political parties in South Africa share a few distinct features and policy similarities. They might emphasise different aspects of it, based on...
Parliament to hear stakeholder submissions on land expropriation
Parliament to hear stakeholder submissions on land expropriation
The joint constitutional review is expected to hold oral presentations by stakeholders on Tuesday on the possible review of Section 25 of the...
LGBTIQ+: We all have to do the work!
LGBTIQ+: We all have to do the work!
A Critical Thinking Forum was hosted by the Mail & Guardian on August 14 2018 in partnership with the Health Wellness and Development...
Mandela didn’t sell out, post-94 ANC did
Mandela didn’t sell out, post-94 ANC did
A man sitting next to me at a land workshop in Rustenburg last month asked me whether the problems on the platinum belt meant, as some younger...

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