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Analysis: Concern that tribalism still exists in Africa
Rhulani Thembi Siweya -
It is disturbing that in the 21st century, tribalism still finds expression in the continent. One would have hoped that this archaic practice would have completely vanished because it has never assisted in the development of the continent.
TNA Editorial: Put Nkandla to bed, now
The New Age Editorial -
The latest spat between public protector Thuli Madonsela and President Jacob Zuma raises fundamental questions over the functioning of our democracy.
ANC will not stand idly: NWC
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip rejects suggestions from some analysts and commentators seeking to pin the blame for the eruption of hooliganism on Thursday on the Speaker of the National Assembly and the President.
Right of Reply: Registered colleges face potentially damaging and groundless claims
Lesego Masemola -
Registered colleges face potentially damaging and groundless claims about accreditat
Has Social Media crushed The Catcher In The Rye?
Albert Pretorius -
I recently read J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye for the first time – please hold your lambasting, I was very busy as a younger man.
Analysis: ‘Enough is enough’
Yusuf Abramjee -
The launch of Enough is Enough – anti-crime initiative, followed the recent murders of two children from the Reiger Park area.
TNA Editorial: Treat the EFF as a 6% party
The New Age Editorial -
“Interesting how the intelligentsia are attempting to justify and legitimise violence and disruption...Dangerous”.
Fellow Rivonia trialist wishes Ahmed Kathrada a happy birthday
Itumeleng Mafisa -
South Africa still needs leaders like those of the Mandela generation.
Ahmed Kathrada: The man who was always ready to serve
Qaanitah Hunter -
To some he was a political mentor, a leader and an administrator in the struggle against apartheid.
Analysis: Let us unite and say no to gender-based violence
Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane -
Looking back to the 1956 march by thousands of women who marched to the Union Buildings against pass laws, we see a demonstration of courage and determination.
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