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No truth for Gambia’s queer people
No truth for Gambia’s queer people
Gambia is accounting for its past. Two years after the end of Yahya Jammeh’s brutal 23-year rule, the country’s Truth, Reconciliation and...
[Video]Part II: In conversation with DA leader Mmusi Maimane
[Video]Part II: In conversation with DA leader Mmusi Maimane
Maimane says the Democratic Alliance has never been more united. "The DA has a proud history of debate which is not synonymous with a split."
Sobukwe was no apartheid sellout, as Mapaila claims
Sobukwe was no apartheid sellout, as Mapaila claims
The deputy general secretary of the South African Communist Party (SACP), Solly Mapaila, has claimed that the founding president of the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC), Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe, was a revolutionary favoured by the apartheid regime. ...
Ramaphosa searches for a little light
Ramaphosa searches for a little light
Before Cyril Ramaphosa, only four other men have stood before the National Assembly to take the temperature of this still very new nation: Nelson...
The State of the Nation in numbers
The State of the Nation in numbers
The M&G Data Desk analysed the previous 29 State of the Nation addresses (Sona) delivered since 1994. In total, 97 530 words were pulled...
Ramaphosa cannot stay silent on Zimbabwe
Ramaphosa cannot stay silent on Zimbabwe
The security forces’ violent crackdown on nationwide protests in Zimbabwe last week was met by deafening silence from the country’s neighbours and the...
SA takes up seat on UN Security Council
SA takes up seat on UN Security Council
South Africa started off the New Year by officially assuming its seat as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for...
Lilizela Award winners announced
Lilizela Award winners announced
The Lilizela Awards seek to uncover the best that tourism has to offer in the country. First hosted regionally in each province where service...
What does the Universal Declaration of Human Rights mean in today’s fractured world?
What does the Universal Declaration of Human Rights mean in today’s fractured world?
“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” These simple but powerful words are the first line of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted by the United Nations at an extraordinary meeting in Paris 70 years ago this week....
East Africa won’t tackle Burundi crisis
East Africa won’t tackle Burundi crisis
After the Burundian government’s glaring absence at the fifth and final round of dialogue on October 30 under the East African Community’s...
Taiwan’s tricky place in the world
Taiwan’s tricky place in the world
As global uncertainty increases, so the Republic of China’s future becomes more uncertain

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