Ronald Suresh Roberts

 
Aids, lies and dissidents
Aids, lies and dissidents
In his take on "the Mbeki legacy" in the Mail & Guardian (
Press ombudsman rejects Roberts complaint
Press ombudsman rejects Roberts complaint
The press ombudsman has dismissed a complaint from author Ronald Suresh Roberts over a story the Weekender wrote on accusations of plagiarism levelled at him by another author....
Thought Leader wins blog of the year
Thought Leader wins blog of the year
The Mail & Guardian Online's Thought Leader, where...
To debate is more important than to win
To debate is more important than to win
Rapule Tabane writes of the diversity among black voices (Mail & Guardian, September 21 2007) but after reading his article I was left with...
The writing's on the T-shirt
The writing's on the T-shirt
Thousands of delegates to the ANC's 52nd national conference converged on Polokwane International Airport on Saturday to register in a cavernous...
All aboard for Polokwane conference
All aboard for Polokwane conference
The first group of delegates to the African National Congress's 52nd national conference arrived at the University of Limpopo on Sunday. Singing...
Eve of anticipation in Polokwane
Eve of anticipation in Polokwane
An atmosphere of excited anticipation took hold in a hot Polokwane, Limpopo province, on Saturday as thousands of delegates to the African National...
ANC backs media diversity
ANC backs media diversity
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) would be within its rights not to run a story on Health Minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang, but...
Great debate about Manto records
Great debate about Manto records
Under no circumstances should a patient's medical records be disclosed unless he or she gives personal consent, a seminar hosted by the South...
Editor takes flak at media conference
Editor takes flak at media conference
Sunday Times editor Mondli Makhanya was accused of lying about his "imminent arrest" by South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) group...
Sunday Times apologises to Qunta
Sunday Times apologises to Qunta
Cape Town lawyer Christine Qunta on Monday welcomed the Sunday Times's retraction of defamatory statements made by the newspaper against...

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