FW de Klerk

 
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,
FW de Klerk: Government policies will drive white South Africans away
FW de Klerk: Government policies will drive white South Africans away
Many white South Africans will be forced to leave the country under the current government's policies, former President FW de Klerk said.
Letters to the editor: March 4 to 10 2016
Letters to the editor: March 4 to 10 2016
I refer to the correspondence under the rubric ...
Letters to the editor: February 26 to March 3 2016
Letters to the editor: February 26 to March 3 2016
You can be proud of the apology you offered (Mea...
The DA responds to the M&G's apology
The DA responds to the M&G's apology
The Democratic Alliance is pleased with the constructive engagement we have had with the Mail & Guardian since the publishing...
Mea culpa: We should have done better
Mea culpa: We should have done better
It’s been just over four months in the job and I’ve made my first major error. Our article on January 29 about former president FW de...
De Klerk's paradoxical presence
De Klerk's paradoxical presence
He freed Nelson Mandela, shared the Nobel peace prize and, in the once-popular narrative, was the apartheid oppressor who handed power to his former...
[Video]Stop, drop and legalise weed
[Video]Stop, drop and legalise weed
This week Uncle Bob takes a tumble, South Africans ask Zuma to resign, but not before he legalises marijuana - and Malamulele is on fire.
Race is dividing SA - Motlanthe, de Klerk, Rupert
Race is dividing SA - Motlanthe, de Klerk, Rupert
Race is dividing South Africa and robust freedom of speech should be promoted for the sake of a freer public discourse in search of mutual...

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