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Soft targets: The killing of Olaf Palme and Dulcie September

What was behind the assassinations in the 1980s of two key anti-apartheid figures: Swedish Prime Minister, Olof Palme, and senior ANC official, Dulcie September?

‘Prisoner 913’: The long, zigzagging path to Mandela’s release

A new book draws on the secret archive of NP justice minister Kobie Coetsee to paint a detailed picture of the lead-up to Nelson Mandela’s release. Shaun de Waal spoke to co-author Riaan de Villiers

EXCLUSIVE: OR Tambo’s forgotten speech at Chatham House

‘The choice we are faced with is to submit or fight’

Abiy Ahmed woos the Ethiopian diaspora in South Africa

No one knows how many Ethiopians are in South Africa — but Abiy knows he needs their support

ANC Youth League: Critical but stable?

This year the ANC Youth League is to elect its new leadership

‘It’s unfounded’ — Lekota’s reaction to being called a sell-out

Mosiuoa Lekota says he will stand firmly by his view that there is no need to amend the Constitution or to expropriate land without compensation

ANC has a responsibility to build the unity of the alliance

Unity cannot and should not be equated to the absence of differences within the structures of the organisation

A UDF activist remembers Winnie

'She was the mouthpiece unofficially for whatever was happening inside [Robben Island]'

I dug Winnie, she stood her ground

Daddy did too, finding time to visit her family while his own reckoning looms

Editorial: Respect women, in Winnie’s name

'Hamba kahle, Mam’ Winnie'

Playwright opens file on OR Tambo the dictator

Pushing past fears of creating a critical dialogue of the ANC’s revered leader, a new conversation opens

​The ANC should charge and expel Zuma

"Over a period of 106 years and 12 leaders, it is obviously impossible for the ANC not to have one or two duds"

Gender struggle was intrinsic to SA’s liberation

Last week’s articles should have highlighted women’s role in freeing men from patriarchy

Public institutions remain at the core of state capture rot

SA Titanic needs to do a 180˚ turn in record time if the country is to be rescued from the quagmire

Ramaphosa must follow Zuma – that’s just the way it is, says Mantashe

The ANC secretary general is all for following tradition and putting the party’s interests first

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