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It’s not right for SA’s left to reject elections
It’s not right for SA’s left to reject elections
Dinga Sikwebu is an insightful and important voice on the South African left and I welcome his commentary, 2019 Elections: The Great Democratic...
Despite legislation, workers’s rights are still abused
Despite legislation, workers’s rights are still abused
The call for the expropriation of land without compensation emerged again in the Economic Freedom Fighters’ call for poor people to occupy vacant...
Kwesta’s snapshot of home
Kwesta’s snapshot of home
My parents etched out a comfortable existence for our family in the imprecise terrain that often forms in the fissures between working and middle...
Sassa stakes are high for the most vulnerable
Sassa stakes are high for the most vulnerable
The level of care provided to elderly and terminally ill patients at hospices will drop instantly. Nurses and administrators at old age homes...
​Blade’s puzzle: How to identify ‘missing middle’ students
​Blade’s puzzle: How to identify ‘missing middle’ students
The government is planning to scrutinise the income tax and financial records of families earning up to R600 000 in a bid to determine the number...
The Boss battled the old SA
The Boss battled the old SA
It’s a bright autumnal day in London and we, the European press, are at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, undergoing a crisis of faith and...
​Unsecured lending ‘has had a bad rap’
​Unsecured lending ‘has had a bad rap’
Unsecured lending is the key to many South Africans’ journeys to economic stability and relative affluence.
Why post apartheid order is only starting two decades on
Why post apartheid order is only starting two decades on
South Africa’s political, economic and social landscape seems highly turbulent lately. South Africans have been treated with increasing tensions...

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