Will Mangaung mark the birth, decay and death of the ANC?
/ 16 January 2023

Will Mangaung mark the birth, decay and death of the ANC?

The party needs to be more than restored, it needs to be rebuilt and repurposed, with the the party’s youth prepared for a transformative role in society based on good ethics

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/ 25 April 2008

A young heart

Almost on the stroke of midnight last Sunday, a giant of the liberation struggle — but also a top-class mathematician and a trained traditional healer — drew his last breath. Lieutenant General Andrew Masondo, or ”Comrade Dillinger”, as he was widely known, finally succumbed to long illness.

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/ 12 March 2008

Tutu: Reitz, Skielik no bar to a caring country

South Africa can become a caring society despite the racist incidents at Skielik and Reitz hostel at the University of the Free State, Archbishop Desmond Tutu said in Johannesburg on Wednesday. ”We are a wonderful country with many talented people,” Tutu said in launching an exhibition honouring struggle stalwarts Walter and Albertina Sisulu.