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‘You are ordinary, even as a minister’

We should hold SA’s politicians to account and not just offer them our unthinking deference

​Mulder steps down as FF Plus leader

He had been in Parliament this year for an uninterrupted 28 years, making him the MP with the longest continuous service period.

SA schools are ‘sites that enable the dispensing of state patronage to the members of Sadtu’

It's no coincidence that the poorest black schools with the worst outcomes are under Sadtu's dominion.

Analysts divided on Zuma’s fate

His fate lies between whether his ANC political opponents can oust him or if economic pressure and public opinion will push the ruling party to act.

Campus a ‘battleground for politics’

Politics is playing a "devastating" role on campus and has made universities the terrain where "comrades and racists struggle".

Traditional weapons out for IFP chair

When is a disciplinary hearing not a disciplinary hearing? When the Inkatha Freedom Party calls it an inquiry, it seems.

Cope to ‘discuss’ Dandala’s resignation

The resignation of Cope's parliamentary leader Mvume Dandala will be discussed at a meeting of the party's congress national committee on Friday.

Lekota: Cope not ‘party of my dreams’

Sources said while he pretended in public that he was over the shock, his anger is still being felt in Cope.

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