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Human Rights Day reminds us of our progress and failures

The history of human rights in South Africa is complex, not least because the removal of oppression has not equated to substantive liberation

New ways of seeing Sobukwe

This collection of essays by people touched by the PAC leader opens a debate on his influence

Motsamai journeys from prison to Parliament

The newly sworn-in delegate was only recently released from Boksburg prison and is on parole after serving almost 28 years behind bars

ANC booed at xenophobic panel

Political leaders discussed attacks on foreign nationals and while most of the parties had their views applauded, the ANC representative was booed

Sobukwe was no apartheid sellout, as Mapaila claims

The regime regarded the PAC leader as the only political prisoner. The others, including Nelson Mandela, were ‘ordinary’ prisoners

PAC rejects ‘sham’ elective conference by ‘rogue members’

Party spokesperson Kenneth Mokgatlhe says the party held its last elective conference in December 2015, with the next only scheduled for the year 2020

De Lille is back for ‘GOOD’

The former Cape Town mayor dismissed concerns over the viability of her new political movement

‘Mother of Azania’ Veronica Sobukwe dies at 91

Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe — struggle icon and widow of Robert Sobukwe — died on Wednesday morning

Nomvo ‘Poqokazi’ Booi, a mother of the struggle

Nomvo Booi was as important to the battle against apartheid as her male counterparts

De Lille thanks ANC for saving her bacon

The mayor lives to fight another day as opposition scolds DA’s ‘racism’

28 years since the the unbanning of the ANC: what have we learned

As we remember the days in which apartheid was finally toppled, we must ask how we will, in 28 years’ time, remember South Africa as it is now

Sanef: Removing ANN7 has ‘serious implications for media freedom’

ANN7’s contract will come to an end in August, and MultiChoice has said that it will be replaced by a new black-owned news channel.

Letters to the editor: November 10 to November 16 2017

Readers write in about posthumous defamation, and fact checking before publishing articles

The deafening silence on rape in MK camps lingers

The TRC revealed that sexual assault at the hands of Umkhonto weSizwe operatives was not uncommon, though little has been said since

Women freedom fighters tell of sexual abuse in camps

'In MK, there was this belief that you don’t want to divert from the struggle by talking about women’s liberation and feminism'

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