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Why not voting is an act of collective freedom
Why not voting is an act of collective freedom
An estimated 26.7-million registered voters from an eligible 35.9-million were expected to turn up at polling stations throughout the country in...
ANC’s biggest Gauteng losses were wards in the heart of Soweto
ANC’s biggest Gauteng losses were wards in the heart of Soweto
Tshililo Mowali sits on the corner of Twala and Zondi streets in Zola, Soweto. You’ll find him and his business partner, Jabulani Nkabinde, at...
ANC granted one last chance
ANC granted one last chance
One last chance: that’s the message to the ANC from the electorate, as it slipped below the psychological 60% threshold for the first time in a...
ANC must adapt or die
ANC must adapt or die
Now that the election day dust has settled, the ANC has to decide not only what to do with its errant secretary general, but also with the...
Police burn IDs of homeless would-be voters
Police burn IDs of homeless would-be voters
Heavy-handed police action has cost two homeless women their right to vote. The two had registered for Wednesday’s poll through a church-run...
Voting sheepishly (but not like a sheep)
Voting sheepishly (but not like a sheep)
Everyone was dressed warmly.
Civil liberties do not equate to material wealth
Civil liberties do not equate to material wealth
It has become somewhat traditional for us to take a quick nostalgic pause and in almost dramatic fashion, simultaneously remember a time when...
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'We are a country where democracy extends beyond the ballot....
ANC: From Everyman to Faust
ANC: From Everyman to Faust
Jacob Zuma sold himself to South Africans as Everyman, that allegorical character that could so easily be you. With his lilting laugh and easy...
Gauteng: Too close to call for ANC
Gauteng: Too close to call for ANC
A party divided, disappointed voters, ‘clever blacks’ and flawed polls; everything is in play in the prized province ahead of the May 8...
‘Politicians take our votes and then they do nothing’
‘Politicians take our votes and then they do nothing’
The M&G returns to the Mayixhale household, in the Eastern Cape, for the fourth time since the 2004 elections. In that time, the family says it...
Editorial: Keep building democracy
Editorial: Keep building democracy
In the absence of a “None of the above” option on the ballot papers in next week’s general election, many, many South Africans may feel...

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