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Tolerance: a good start but not sufficient
Tolerance: a good start but not sufficient
In 1996, the United Nations invited its member states to observe an International Day for Tolerance annually on November 16, aimed at the promotion...
Boks speedo up against cancer
Boks speedo up against cancer
Rugby World Cup-winning Springboks have stripped down in response to a challenge by scrumhalf Faf de Klerk for South African men to get screened...
EDITORIAL: Sport is for the people
EDITORIAL: Sport is for the people
Football without fans is nothing. It’s an overused cliché — and has been wielded nefariously to justify countless acts of fan abuse...
Partnerships are crucial to progress
Partnerships are crucial to progress
In recent weeks, South Africans have been overwhelmed by the euphoria of good news, from the Springbok victory to the heart-warming tale of...
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The state defence company is fired up about the large contract but is keeping mum on the details
Rugby and rainbows
Rugby and rainbows
News24 is one of South Africa’s largest media outlets and Adriaan Basson is its editor. Because of its size and reach, News24 is an important...
Nudge a nation of non-payers to cough up for their bills
Nudge a nation of non-payers to cough up for their bills
The problems facing Eskom have been described as “the biggest challenge facing the country”. But underlying the Eskom crisis is the much wider...
EDITORIAL: Rugby cause for cheer, not delusion
EDITORIAL: Rugby cause for cheer, not delusion
Neverland is a fictional place made famous in the works of JM Barrie. It is a faraway place, where Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys and other...
Now to maintain the Bok empire
Now to maintain the Bok empire
A great empire is built upon the premise of a fierce leader and a strong army. What makes an empire timeless is the ability to maintain the...
Rugby and a rainbow’s pot of gold
Rugby and a rainbow’s pot of gold
Sport delivers, often like nothing else. As Siyamthanda Kolisi bowed to the Japanese crown prince and then hoisted the Webb Ellis Cup into the...
The Berlin Wall fell 30 years ago, but new walls are going up everywhere
The Berlin Wall fell 30 years ago, but new walls are going up everywhere
Tomorrow, remembrances will be held around the world to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The wall was a potent symbol of...
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There’s a good reason the ANC has not reacted to the minerals and energy minister’s offer to pay journalists to kill a story

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