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Learning to read and write is a fundamental right
Rhulani Thembi Siweya -
For Africa to reach its potential its children must be encouraged to read. Knowledge can never be enough and learning must continue to be the pride of the African child.
Parents of absent pupils should be arrested
Yershen Pillay -
It is the norm of any society for the state to ensure that adequate human, material and financial resources are allocated to education. While this responsibility of educating the nation’s youth is often delegated to the state as the primary actor, th
All news demands informed context
Jimi Matthews -
SABC TV recently commissioned an agency to conceptualise an advertising campaign to market its news division. The mandate of SABC News is to educate, inform and to entertain.
De Klerk, stop being negative
Jessie Duarte -
The following are the key points made in an article by FW de Klerk in the Wall Street Journal of August 19 under the headline: The Betrayal of Mandela’s Promise.
Ntsebeza should be probed
Faith Muthambi -
The utterances of advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza SC during the recent Marikana commemorations have shocked not only the legal profession but also most fair and reasonable minded people in general.
Thuggish behaviour in our democracy is unacceptable
Pinky Khoabane -
The events at the Roodepoort Primary School in Johannesburg on Tuesday are not only symptomatic of the painfully fractured state of our country, but are indicative of a culture that has engulfed our society wherein we reject legitimate and democratic
Crack down on these cop killers
Our society cannot afford to see the continuing escalation of cop killings that have become almost a daily occurrence.
Women’s hidden potential can move mountains
Malibongwe! Prof Keorapetse Kgositsile, national p -
Lebogang Mashile, whose voice is “wrapped in a ribbon of rhythm”, writes: I turn my weary wounded eyes Inward just to find Ancient hands moulding my story from the inside.
Not all doom and gloom with economy
Faith Muthambi is Minister of Communications -
It is not all doom and gloom on the economic front, as some naysayers would have us believe.
Root out the rot at state entities
The damning findings by public protector Thuli Madonsela against the Passenger Rail Association of South Africa (Prasa) and its former chief executive officer Lucky Montana raises fundamental questions about the state of corporate governance in some
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