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Editorial: Sit down, Lynne Brown
Editorial: Sit down, Lynne Brown
In her position as the public enterprises minister, Lynne Brown is not an appointee of the people of South Africa. Instead she was selected by and...
EFF rejects 'class segregation' proposed by fees commission report
EFF rejects 'class segregation' proposed by fees commission report
The EFF on Monday rejected the Heher Commission's report on the feasibility of free higher education on the basis that it will create "class...
New SRCs shift political goalposts
New SRCs shift political goalposts
South Africa’s largest student movement since the fall of apartheid, #FeesMustFall, is being held back by the shifting priorities of changing...
Editorial: A protest of hope
Editorial: A protest of hope
#OccupyNPA — it could be a new movement, or at least a new hashtag, except it hasn’t caught on just yet. And that’s despite the occupation of the National Prosecuting Authority’s offices in Cape Town this past week by a group of United Democratic Front veterans including...
Opposition parties urge court to hold Zuma to state capture promises
Opposition parties urge court to hold Zuma to state capture promises
President Jacob Zuma has, in no uncertain terms, told Parliament that he would institute a commission of inquiry into state capture, the EFF told...
United, the ANC will fall
United, the ANC will fall
The ANC is very obviously caught between a rock and a hard place. If it continues to sabotage itself with seemingly intractable factional battles,...
EFF  ‘can’t promise’ to back Mashaba
EFF  ‘can’t promise’ to back Mashaba
Economic Freedom Fighters president Julius Malema says his party cannot guarantee that it will support Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba should he...
As the ANC crumbles, it’s time to choose
As the ANC crumbles, it’s time to choose
The majority of South Africans, especially black people, are seriously disillusioned. They believe they have been abandoned at sea by their trusted...
Corruption tied to political killings
Corruption tied to political killings
A move to uncover alleged corruption involving a municipal tender at Umzimkhulu that ballooned from R4-million to R37-million may be behind the...
Squabbles dim DA’s hope of 2019 win
Squabbles dim DA’s hope of 2019 win
Worsening relations between the Democratic Alliance and smaller opposition parties are threatening the party’s hopes of assuming power nationally...
NUM’s post-Marikana London visit
NUM’s post-Marikana London visit
Just three months after the police massacred 34 mineworkers during an unprotected labour strike at Lonmin’s Marikana mine in August 2012, the...

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