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SA has a legacy of trauma
SA has a legacy of trauma
The equality court recently ruled that the gratuitous display of the apartheid flag in public — even in homes and schools — amounts to...
EDITORIAL: Boks a hope for all of us
EDITORIAL: Boks a hope for all of us
The immortal image of Francois Pienaar handing over the Webb Ellis Cup to Nelson Mandela represented everything the new Rainbow Nation prayed for...
EDITORIAL: Journalism and the climate crisis
EDITORIAL: Journalism and the climate crisis
How do you report on the sixth mass extinction of life on Earth — when it is our species that is the guilty party? And how do you perform...
EFF media ban undemocratic and dangerous
EFF media ban undemocratic and dangerous
The Economic Freedom Fighters have made a gigantic principled and strategic error by blacklisting some journalists. The party doesn’t want to...
Rethinking democracy in SRC elections
Rethinking democracy in SRC elections
The purpose of a student representative council (SRC) is to provide the university student body with a platform from which to engage with the...
The torment of being a ‘questionable’ South African
The torment of being a ‘questionable’ South African
“Indololwane” (elbow in isiZulu) is probably a word you have never had to think about but, for Tsonga and Venda people, to know it and be able...
Will Tunisia continue to democratise?
Will Tunisia continue to democratise?
Despite priding itself on being the sole country to emerge from the Arab Spring uprisings as a functioning democracy, Tunisia faces challenges on...
'Braves' on the frontlines of Hong Kong's protests
'Braves' on the frontlines of Hong Kong's protests
Ryan began the day pretending to his parents that he was off to play football and ended it with a rubber bullet to the leg sustained in clashes...
What South Africa can learn from Brazil
What South Africa can learn from Brazil
The Amazon is burning while the emperor, or in this case President Jair Bolsonaro, is tweeting. The flames engulfing the rainforest for a quick...
Lungu erodes Zambia’s democracy
Lungu erodes Zambia’s democracy
Zambia’s proud democratic tradition is hanging by a thread. Since coming to power in 2015, President Edgar Lungu has pursued the “holy...
Why South Africa should seriously consider taxing its wealthy citizens
Why South Africa should seriously consider taxing its wealthy citizens
This is an edited extract from a chapter in the recently published The state of the nation: poverty & inequality: diagnosis, prognosis and responses....
White men still dominate SA management
White men still dominate SA management
At a press conference in Pretoria on Tuesday, Minister of Employment and Labour Thulas Nxesi said too many companies are not meeting their equity...

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