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Writers on lockdown

Melinda Ferguson has gathered essays and stories from 40-plus contributors for Corona Chronicles

How Malema and others rose above a system that failed them

There are some success stories, but South Africa's education system is still a failure for far too many people, argues Tinyiko Maluleke.

Khaya Dlanga: “Who the hell do I think I am”

The best-selling author of what is often said to be the most stolen book in South Africa, ‘To Quote Myself’, talks about writing – and quotes himself.

We must show that we defeated apartheid

Symbols aren't inanimate objects, they are powerful devices that must be removed if they pay homage to a dark and oppressive past, says Khaya Dlanga.

The ANC’s leaders have reached their sell-by date

The ANC has a wealth of potential younger, energetic leaders but they are invisible as the older generation dominates the floor, writes Khaya Dlanga.

Hold hands in friendship – and be proud to be an African

The pervasive onslaught of Western culture means that the sight of men or women walking hand in hand is an increasingly uncommon one.

Khaya Dlanga: Poor non-white students still marginalised

The Council of Higher Education's recent report paints a scary picture of a student landscape little changed since 1982, writes Khaya Dlanga.

Floyd aflutter over Khaya Dlanga’s ‘ventilations’

A disgruntled Floyd Shivambu has come to the defence of the ANC Youth League and Julius Malema by responding to Khaya Dlanga's column.

M&G Literary Festival: A high school reunion of sorts

Verashni Pillay will chat to Anele Mdoda, Khaya Dlanga and others tonight at the M&G Literary Festival, in a session about being young in SA in 2012.

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Ebrahim Patel MIA as the South African National Accreditation System battles its board

Trade and Industry Minister Ebrahim Patel has failed to intervene at the South African National Accreditation System since being made aware of alleged board inteference last November

Back in time to meals on wheels

Cape Town’s oldest roadhouse is hoping to make a comeback during the coronavirus lockdown. Nostalgia is the biggest seller

Gauteng responds to grave concern

The news of Gauteng’s grave site preparations raised alarm about the expected number of Covid-19-related deaths in the province

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