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Scores arrested in looting, xenophobic protests
Scores arrested in looting, xenophobic protests
South African police on Monday arrested dozens of people following widespread looting and protests in the transport industry linked to a wave of...
The shifting meanings of that June 16 image
The shifting meanings of that June 16 image
In her article, “The thirtieth anniversary of the...
Samwu shows its local-government muscle
Samwu shows its local-government muscle
Municipal bus drivers brought Pretoria to a standstill early this week. Buses emblazoned with the Tshwane Bus Services logo obstructed key...
Sudan footballers hope for revolution boost
Sudan footballers hope for revolution boost
He has no kit or support system but 17-year-old footballer Emad Salim hopes Sudan's uprising will bring a boost to his beloved sport and help its...
Angered by police killing, Ethiopian-Israelis demand change
Angered by police killing, Ethiopian-Israelis demand change
Woreka Teka sits in a mourning tent and accepts the hugs of supporters, but begged off when asked about the night his 19-year-old son was killed by...
Hong Kong leader condemns 'extremely violent' protests
Hong Kong leader condemns 'extremely violent' protests
Hong Kong's leader on Tuesday condemned "the extreme use of violence" by masked protesters who stormed and ransacked the city's legislature in an...
MK years a  good prep for speaker
MK years a  good prep for speaker
Parliament has a new speaker — Thandi Modise. In welcoming her to the role, politicians spoke about her time as an ANC guerrilla and her...
Protesters challenge KZN elections
Protesters challenge KZN elections
Night had almost fallen at the polling station at Isulabasha Primary School in Umdoni local municipality’s Ward 19 on Wednesday, but voting had...
Drivers strike as Uber poised to go public
Drivers strike as Uber poised to go public
Thousands of Uber and Lyft drivers turned off their apps in a US-wide strike on Wednesday over pay and working conditions, casting a shadow over...
Ramaphosa addresses Alexandra, says he thought Mashaba would have come first
Ramaphosa addresses Alexandra, says he thought Mashaba would have come first
President Cyril Ramaphosa has upped the ante in the political war over responsibility for the failures of governance in protest-hit Alexandra...
Letters to the editor: February 8 to 14
Letters to the editor: February 8 to 14
With World Wetlands Day on February 2 in mind, I was recently taken to visit Verlorenvlei, near the West Coast, to see for myself the unfolding...
Unrest grows as Sudanese professors boycott al-Bashir
Unrest grows as Sudanese professors boycott al-Bashir
About 300 Sudanese professors and lecturers from the University of Khartoum held a sit-in protest on campus on Wednesday against President Omar...

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