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Time running out for Parliament to deal with abuses at spy agency

A 100-page report details 'serious breaches of the Constitution, policy, law, regulations and directives' by the former president

Editorial: Don’t bed down with the powerful

'The lesson for every journalist is consistently to introspect on how we deal with sources and manage our own political leanings'

Advocacy: AmaB approaches Nugent on Sars using tax law against journalists

In 2016, Sars, Tom Moyane and Jonas Makwakwa brought defamation proceedings against two amaBhungane reporters and the Mail & Guardian

Malema: Some black journalists are ‘house n#[email protected]*rs’

The EFF leader told the crowd not to be apologetic when fighting for Africans, because they were the most oppressed

SA fails to stub out dodgy ciggies

The wars at Sars have provided fertile ground for the illicit tobacco trade to grow

Inspector-General of Intelligence claims SSA head Arthur Fraser is intimidating him

Fraser was implicated in author Jacques Pauw's book, The President's Keepers, and accused of running a parallel intelligence network.

Hawks leave with ‘insignificant’ papers after raid on Pauw’s property

Hawks officers have raided the Western Cape home of author Jacques Pauw, relating to explosive revelations in his book, The President’s Keepers.

EDITORIAL: Hofmeyr? Seriously?

Hofmeyr isn’t capable of singing a new song; he just recycles his old hits, which are just some old folk songs from a rather nasty tradition.

Krog, Pauw speak out on newspaper’s decision to publish Hofmeyr’s views

The weekly Afrikaans paper was challenged on social media after it published an opinion piece by right-wing popstar Steve Hofmeyr.

It’s time to get real about free higher education

As a country with a developing economy, why are we so obsessed with university?

Motale defends Sunday Independent’s probe into Jacques Pauw’s sources

Pauw wrote on his Facebook page on Thursday that people should expect to be "highly entertained" by Motale on Sunday.

Brown’s trickery doesn’t fool us

'It would be funny if it wasn’t so tragic, which is why it is simply tragicomic,' says the writer

See a child as a citizen with rights

Corruption, poverty and the pursuit of profit are all detrimental to early childhood development

Why South Africans should be worried by ANC talk of a ‘colour revolution’

South Africa's governing party is invoking concepts and emulating strategies first developed by authoritarian regimes in Eurasia

The President’s Keepers and state capture: black intellectualism needs to focus

South Africa has an undernourished literary tradition, where even among the sophisticated one may find confusion over written work and writers.

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