Thabo Mbeki

 
A new narrative could tackle anti-migrant crisis
A new narrative could tackle anti-migrant crisis
African migrants have once again been
The shame of being a South African in the rest of Africa
The shame of being a South African in the rest of Africa
My first major story as a foreign correspondent was Egypt’s Arab Spring. I arrived in Tahrir Square in Cairo early on 2 February 2011, which is...
SA’s dirty, dangerous habit
SA’s dirty, dangerous habit
Remember the Bulelani Ngcuka debacle? That was when, in 2003, accusations that he had been an apartheid spy issued from the Jacob Zuma camp and led...
SA suffers from political amnesia
SA suffers from political amnesia
Political amnesia: a virus that causes those infected to forget political history, even if the events occurred only months before. The signs of...
New Age and ANN7 were my idea, Zuma says
New Age and ANN7 were my idea, Zuma says
In a morning of high drama, former president Jacob Zuma detailed an alleged plot to kill him using “suicide bombers” brought in from outside...
Avoid a Modi authoritarian solution for South Africa
Avoid a Modi authoritarian solution for South Africa
In 1975, Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi found herself confronting popular ferment and declared a state of emergency. In his compelling new...
Democracy and the left in post-apartheid South Africa — An interview with Ben Turok
Democracy and the left in post-apartheid South Africa — An interview with Ben Turok
Professor Ben Turok, now 92 years old, was an ANC member of Parliament in South Africa for 20 years. Turok is the sole surviving member of the...
Can the NPA save face on unresolved apartheid deaths?
Can the NPA save face on unresolved apartheid deaths?
Several important steps have been made over the last two weeks on the thorny and long-ignored plight of the prosecution of post Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) cases. These include the announcement two weeks ago that the TRC’s victims’ database has after a nine-year legal...
Arts sidelined in Ramaphosa’s new Cabinet
Arts sidelined in Ramaphosa’s new Cabinet
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced his new Cabinet for the sixth democratic Parliament on May 29.
Advocates go toe-to-toe in Zuma case
Advocates go toe-to-toe in Zuma case
A letter purportedly proving that a high-level meeting took place in 2003 to discuss Jacob Zuma’s prosecution is the latest twist in the...
Cyril plays a careful game
Cyril plays a careful game
"I’m an enigma, you know,” Cyril Ramaphosa said to Anthony Butler at one point when Butler was talking to him about writing his biography. As...

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