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End the global media crisis to build democracy
End the global media crisis to build democracy
Almost everywhere one looks, the news media is in crisis. And although a robust free press is fundamental to a well-functioning democracy, the...
Borders can’t stem migrants’ search for a better life
Borders can’t stem migrants’ search for a better life
Cái khó ló cái khôn is a Vietnamese proverb, which means most of us seldom take the trouble to think. Crises and deadlocks when they occur...
Why the president must send the Copyright Amendment Bill back to Parliament
Why the president must send the Copyright Amendment Bill back to Parliament
The Copyright Act of 1978, last amended in 2002, urgently needed updating. But the Copyright Amendment Bill passed by Parliament earlier this year...
‘There is blood in the tea’
‘There is blood in the tea’
Kibore Cheruiyot Ngasura was just a small boy when his family was violently expelled from their ancestral land by British colonisers, and banished...
A family finds home on the road
A family finds home on the road
Photographs of the Alfino family bundled up in their 1974 Volkswagen Jurgens campervan evoke the messy-haired delight of family road trips through...
Brexit, climate, racism: the Frankfurt book fair in quotes
Brexit, climate, racism: the Frankfurt book fair in quotes
From being "embarrassed" about Brexit to losing sleep over the climate crisis, here's a look at what star authors had to say about the state of the...
Hamilton stirs up social media storm with pro-vegan post
Hamilton stirs up social media storm with pro-vegan post
Even though he deleted the pro-vegan post that started the trouble, Lewis Hamilton continued to be the centre of social media debate on Wednesday....
US-UK-Japan trio win chemistry Nobel for lithium-ion battery
US-UK-Japan trio win chemistry Nobel for lithium-ion battery
Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a...
Are SA’s university professors a bunch of socialists?
Are SA’s university professors a bunch of socialists?
No political philosophy, ideology or theory is beyond the scrutiny of intellectual critique. However, one expects such scrutiny to be fair, honest,...
The farm workers who produce our food are the most vulnerable to hunger
The farm workers who produce our food are the most vulnerable to hunger
It is tragic and outrageous that the people who produce the food that we eat in South Africa are those most likely to go hungry. Some people think...
Rape survivor a guide to children
Rape survivor a guide to children
Debi Steven was raped twice before she turned 11. Talking to the Mail & Guardian, she says: “Both times I was raped, it was by white men...
EDITORIAL: Couple’s visit a right royal pain
EDITORIAL: Couple’s visit a right royal pain
More than half a century has passed since the end of British colonial rule in South Africa in 1961, nearly 140 years after the first English...

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