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The South African nation does not exist

There is no deep comradeship, common ancestry or monopoly on the legitimate use of force

Rainbowism is in a sunken place

South Africa’s reality is, as a comedian put it, like a playground bully being angry about having to share a stolen bike

Die Stem, disunity and the anti-state capture campaign that won’t win

A group of civil society organisations are spending Mandela Day locked inside the Rhema Bible College so that they can formulate how to "recapture" SA

‘Eff Die Stem’ and other ways the EFF and DA could have reached a compromise

The political marriage between the Blues and the Red Berets is not happening, because the dowry each is offering is not what the other wanted.

Steve Hofmeyr, ‘Die Stem’ and living in the past

Will some in the Afrikaans community ever make peace with the fact that a new, better country awaits their participation?

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