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Vodacom bolsters its interventions in basic education

More resources are being invested in early childhood development programmes

Editorial: Promises are on tap, but not water

Promises of hope and a better tomorrow await South Africa. Yet they continue to come to naught

Another new dawn for South Africa

The country is missing a viable social policy

The eagle doesn’t chicken out

Ramaphosa draws on divine support – and ruffles the Thekwini mayor’s feathers

ANC is playing it safe in the Western Cape

The ANC’s Western Cape list has not yet been made public, but it is understood that veteran provincial legislator Cameron Dugmore tops the list

Editorial: We are not so free that we can afford to relax

The ANC appears to have lost sight of the idea of freedom as something that we continue to strive towards

What drives Judy Dlamini’s success

She credits her parents and their work ethic for the person she has become and she encourages others to follow suit

Proper sanitation in schools is a human right

In the public-school system, more than 11 000 schools have been provided with flush toilets since 1994

Putting Thuma Mina into action

SMMEs require collateral to get going and thrive: trust is the key

‘Fraud, poor governance’ cause municipal crisis

Provincial departments have an estimated R25-billion in unpaid bills

Ramaphosa, und’funa ntoni?

'Ramaphosa' by DJ Luvas has a playful approach, turning the seriousness of the president's Thuma Mina premise on its head.

Thuma mina: Unions unmoved by president’s challenge

'All the problems of unemployment and inequality are all getting worse since President Ramaphosa took over'

Ramaphosa wants ANC to go back to the people

Despite a national leadership being elected, factional divides continue to plague the organisation and have been visible at provincial level

The history of 100 days: From Napoleon to Ramaphosa

Fixating on the 100 days in office comes with an interesting history, and lessons

Same WhatsApp group: Thuma Mina and ‘we gon’ be right’

Ramaphosa’s appropriation of Bra Hugh’s version of #CountryDuty falls into the realm of the calculated PR stunt.

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