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KZN’s Romeo and Juliet, two decades later

Two families recall the harrowing times when peace in KwaZulu-Natal was little more than a pipe dream.

Last Boer general fears for the future

General Constand Viljoen says Afrikaners need to establish a political bloc to survive ANC majoritarianism.

Twenty years of democracy: Much has changed, but not enough

While there is better access to a quality life, let us not forget the sacrificies that made our freedom possible and pretend there's no more to do.

Buthelezi: IFP fought for good citizenship

The Inkatha Freedom Party prepared a generation of young people to become active participants in a liberated South Africa.

SA’s 20 years of democracy: Celebration and concern

South Africa requires the same levels of wisdom, insight, ­passion and leadership it had 20 years ago in order to complete the transformation.

ANC and Cope: Freedom unites two generations

Gertrude Shope and her daughter Lyndall Shope-Mafole have taken different routes to meet South Africa's challenges.

Madiba taught me to be a free white Afrikaner in a modern SA

Twenty-four years after Nelson Mandela was freed from prison, Zelda le Grange remembers what he taught her - with freedom comes responsibility.

Tutu: ‘Unfinished business’ of the TRC’s healing

Nelson Mandela's departure from office was a blow from which the commission never recovered.

What happened to transformation?

The ruling party failed to reshape the economy and govern effectively in our developmental state.

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