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EDITORIAL: The year of the global protest
EDITORIAL: The year of the global protest
South Africa is sometimes referred to as the “protest capital of the world”, because of our affinity for taking to the streets. This is both a...
Rage in the twilight of neoliberalism
Rage in the twilight of neoliberalism
Ours are turbulent times of rage and peril. This is currently most clearly evident on the streets of Chile and Lebanon, where huge protests have...
Nadal wins 19th Slam title by edging five-set US Open thriller
Nadal wins 19th Slam title by edging five-set US Open thriller
Delivering one of his most dramatic major final performances, Rafael Nadal captured his 19th career Grand Slam title Sunday by winning his fourth...
Caution: Hazardous transfer window in operation
Caution: Hazardous transfer window in operation
The summer transfer window has been dominated by big-name players either arriving in Spain or departing from its capital. Eden Hazard will arrive...
Germany plans to ban gay, lesbian 'conversion therapy'
Germany plans to ban gay, lesbian 'conversion therapy'
German Health Minister Jens Spahn said on Tuesday he plans to write a law this year to ban so-called conversion therapies that aim to make gays and...
What should we expect from Banyana at the first World Cup?
What should we expect from Banyana at the first World Cup?
The problem with South Africa is that it has never been able to execute its Phil Masinga moment at the World Cup itself.
Crib notes: What you need to know about Banyana’s ‘Group of Death’
Crib notes: What you need to know about Banyana’s ‘Group of Death’
If there’s one certainty ahead of Banyana Banyana’s first World Cup it’s that qualification for the next round will not be easy.
Boost to women's football in Spain sparks fresh power battle
Boost to women's football in Spain sparks fresh power battle
Spain's domination of men's football in Europe may be over but in the women's game it leads the way after a season of unprecedented interest and...
How the world is reacting to Venezuela 'coup bid'
How the world is reacting to Venezuela 'coup bid'
Venezuela was plunged into heightened chaos on Tuesday after self-proclaimed leader Juan Guaido said he had the support of troops to oust President...
Guaido boosted by Europe backing in Venezuela standoff
Guaido boosted by Europe backing in Venezuela standoff
International clamour for snap elections in Venezuela intensified on Monday as European powers recognised opposition chief Juan Guaido as interim...
Spain, UK recognise Guaido as Venezuela leader
Spain, UK recognise Guaido as Venezuela leader
Spain and Britain on Monday became the latest nations to recognise Venezuela's opposition chief Juan Guaido as interim leader after President...
Spain approves contested data protection law
Spain approves contested data protection law
The Spanish senate approved on Wednesday a controversial online data protection law which critics say will allow political parties to target voters...

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