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Police breathe new life into 'cold case of over 30 years'
Police breathe new life into 'cold case of over 30 years'
An alleged paedophile ring dating back more than 30 years and allegedly involving senior members of the National Party government is under police...
Of ciphers and little favours
Of ciphers and little favours
It’s often forgotten that apartheid and the Afrikaner nationalism that underpinned it weren’t quite as monolithic as they would appear when...
The battle for restitution in Alex is never-ending
The battle for restitution in Alex is never-ending
Lydia Shadi Nhlapo’s mother was resting under a tree on her property in Second Avenue in Alexandra when she was rudely interrupted by an employee...
Zuma’s corrosive legacy is self-inflicted
Zuma’s corrosive legacy is self-inflicted
He worked his way up from poverty and imprisonment for his political beliefs to become the country’s leader but he will be remembered for a...
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
The revelation by the Competition Commission into the currency fixing by major banks exposed a litany of corruption in the financial sector that...
Elections 2014: 'Dad was on the wrong side'
Elections 2014: 'Dad was on the wrong side'
Tambo Sealanyane's father was stoned to death six weeks before democracy dawned in South Africa. In the violence of early 1994, Sello Sealanyane, a...
De Klerk: The lasting challenge of April 27 1994
De Klerk: The lasting challenge of April 27 1994
Few South Africans grasp the real significance of April 27 1994 and why it is important for us to celebrate its 20th anniversary this year.
New NP. No koeksusters
New NP. No koeksusters
"Who said apartheid was wrong, it was evil, it was a heresy, and it must die?"

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