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Four ways to give township entrepreneurs a much-needed boost
Four ways to give township entrepreneurs a much-needed boost
It is not uncommon to hear politicians extolling the untapped virtues of entrepreneurs as South Africa’s saviours in the making. By 2030, for...
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The governing party got a piece of the pie in the controversial payments, according to the campaign’s leaked bank statements
Khayelitsha’s people are still in the dangerous dark
Khayelitsha’s people are still in the dangerous dark
Five years after a commission of inquiry into policing issued recommendations on how to make the Cape Flats township safer, Lester...
Military intervention is not a crime-fighting solution
Military intervention is not a crime-fighting solution
The imminent deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) into the Cape Town communities of Bishop Lavis, Mitchells Plain, Delft,...
Prasa leaves guards in the cold
Prasa leaves guards in the cold
‘I think in my company we have buried four workers who were shot dead on site,” says Sizwe Mabasa*, his hands buried in the pockets of his...
The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
Traditional Children’s Magic Festival: Start the winter holidays by treating the children to a day of magic with more than 100...
Black people must be free to articulate their anger at the theft of their land
Black people must be free to articulate their anger at the theft of their land
It becomes clearer every day that black people in South Africa remain tenants in their country of birth. Our expressions and actions, however...
Still fighting “black privilege” in fair Cape
Still fighting “black privilege” in fair Cape
Privilege (n): a special right or advantage that only one person or group has.
Western Cape votes despite minor glitches
Western Cape votes despite minor glitches
The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) in the Western Cape says voting in the province has begun with minor disruption.
Whose responsibility is it anyway?
Whose responsibility is it anyway?
About half of Gauteng residents do not know which spheres of government are responsible for which services.
Editorial: The marginalised are still muzzled
Editorial: The marginalised are still muzzled
We squeeze South Africa’s problems into silos: towns, villages, townships and entire communities that are out of sight of those with money and...
Equality court sets new policing precedent
Equality court sets new policing precedent
In what has been hailed a “groundbreaking judgment”, the Western Cape equality court has ruled that poverty constitutes grounds for unfair...

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