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FW De Klerk was a killer, not a man of peace

By Mondli Makhanya It should have come as no surprise that FW de Klerk recorded...

Fallen no-more to rise is the ANC which shall be buried in 2024

By 2024, the party will be history, coalition government will be a reality By Prince Mashele

As we celebrate Press Freedom Day, we must reflect on the state of journalism

Don't be silent when journalists are threatened or prevented from doing their job or are themselves in the wrong

Shed light on Zuma’s parole conditions

The public deserves to know the terms of former president Jacob Zuma’s medical parole, especially after his Durban trip, which raised eyebrows...

Democracy, faith, morals and politics

I am a Zimbabwean immigrant living in Sydney Australia for the past 17 years, and I have observed over the years the...

Politics has taken precedent over Covid-19 protection

We are all in agreement that South Africans...

Municipal election results, a measure of ANC’s performance

In an ideal world, municipal elections are about local issues affecting specific communities, with little consideration of national politics.

Scott Morrison’s road to re-election is getting more difficult

HOLLOW: Scott Morrison continues to duck and weave, but won't avoid responsibility forever. Picture: Karleen Minney
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