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MK families call on NPA for justice

Decades after people who fought for freedom died under suspicious circumstances, relatives want their cases reopened

ANC spy under gunfire

This is an edited extract, telling of one frightening operation by Bradley Steyn who infiltrated right-wing conspiracies

Freedom fighter and trade unionist Eric Mtshali dies

This remarkable veteran helped to build the trade union movement even while in exile

Struggle veterans lead the fight against gangsterism

Anti-apartheid activists are now using their skills to force the state to deliver socioeconomic justice

DA slams mayor’s millions

​eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede has come under fire over her almost R100-million programme for mayoral events

How do we write about Winnie’s life sympathetically?

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s legacy should not be reduced to the uncomplicated heroism that exemplifies today’s personality politics

Uncovering a family’s truth

Unanswered questions are often unasked questions within families – and these in turn leave emotions unresolved and histories unknown

Playwright opens file on OR Tambo the dictator

Pushing past fears of creating a critical dialogue of the ANC’s revered leader, a new conversation opens

ANC distances itself from Zuma as corruption trial looms

​The ANC will not support Jacob Zuma in his upcoming corruption trial, but the party's members can — as long as they don't wear the party's regalia

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