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100 Years of the Mandela effect

Panel concludes we must learn from Madiba, instead of blaming him for our shortcomings

Hope in a time of despair

Jay Naidoo aims to change the course of history by helping today’s leaders learn from his mistakes

#Fees2017: Wits vice-chancellor Adam Habib chased out of Holy Trinity church

Student leader Vuyani Pambo said Habib could not form part of the peace talks at the church while police were arresting students on campus.

Away with chariots of ire in government

Jay Naidoo says politicians must set an example to restore faith in the government.

Swazi police release Jay Naidoo ‘after questioning’

Former Cosatu general secretary Jay Naidoo has been released from police custody in Swaziland, says the Swaziland Solidarity Network .

It’s up to everyone: Jay Naidoo defends Mo Ibrahim decision

Africa's future will hinge on the continent's citizens taking a proactive role in governance, and not individual leaders alone, says Jay Naidoo.

Good eating habits start young

In a month-long foray into the social networking site Twitter, I commented on an article posted by struggle stalwart and activist Jay Naidoo.

‘Politicians should be sent to defuse protests’

Politicians, not the police, should be sent to defuse service delivery protests in disillusioned communities, says former Cabinet minister Jay Naidoo.

Sharing a bone or two will tempt the tourists

The Palaeontological Scientific Trust launched 'Scatterlings of Africa', which aims to use fossils to promote common aancestry and heritage tourism.

Checklist takes sting out of BEE

A series of questions has been drawn up to verify the suitability of benefi ciaries of empowerment.

BEE ‘is not meant for the select few’

Former MP Jay Naidoo says black economic empowerment (BEE) has, in many instances, been hijacked by a "cabal of predatory elite".

Jay Naidoo criticises ‘society of secrets’

After all that South Africans had fought for, was the country building "a society of secrets" asked former communications minister Jay Naidoo.

Policy makers mull strategies to stem malnutrition

Each year, over 3,5-million children under the age of five die of malnutrition, which affects one out of every three people on earth.

The First 100 Days

A report card on the new government. By Anton Harber.

The State of the Unions

The trade union movement is the best organised and most deeply entrenched opposition to the system inside South Africa.

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