FW de Klerk

 
Taiwan’s tricky place in the world
Taiwan’s tricky place in the world
As global uncertainty increases, so the Republic of China’s future becomes more uncertain
Someone is defending SA’s transition
Someone is defending SA’s transition
When political transitions work: Reconciliation as interdependence by Fanie du Toit (Oxford University Press)
Battered by the flu ... and Shenge
Battered by the flu ... and Shenge
Wednesday. I’m huddled under a blanket in front of my laptop, attempting to write. I’m puzzling. My brain is frozen, dead. There’s no...
This beautiful land is your land
This beautiful land is your land
Tuesday. Day Two of the public hearings hosted by Parliament’s land reform portfolio committee on the Bill to reopen land claims for people who...
​Will Zuma attend Sona? Wait & see…
​Will Zuma attend Sona? Wait & see…
Parliament has not officially received former president Jacob Zuma’s decision to decline an invitation to attend the State of the Nation address...
28 years since the the unbanning of the ANC: what have we learned
28 years since the the unbanning of the ANC: what have we learned
I do not recall exactly how the news filtered through to us at Barnato Park High School in Berea, Johannesburg. Then incumbent and last apartheid...
Letters to the editor: February 2 to February 8
Letters to the editor: February 2 to February 8
It’s one thing to hate me. It’s another to lie about me in a national newspaper.
Zuma: I can't wait to respond to my critics without restrictions
Zuma: I can't wait to respond to my critics without restrictions
President Jacob Zuma did not spare his critics during the Nelson Mandela Memorial Lecture in Empangeni on Tuesday night.
The people versus the electoral system
The people versus the electoral system
The trajectory of South African politics was changed for the better 27 years ago. The man who set the process in motion at the opening of Parliament in 1990, former president FW de Klerk, took to the podium at the Table Bay Hotel recently to address, lucidly and incisively, the delegates...
Don’t wait for a beautiful leader South Africa, rather rely on the Constitution
Don’t wait for a beautiful leader South Africa, rather rely on the Constitution
A new collection of legal and autobiographical writings by former Constitutional Court judge,

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