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2015/03/27 05:15
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NEWS ANALYSIS The ANC’s national general council is often a stage for the party president to gloat about his achievements, set the tone for the next national conference, whip his opponents and remind...
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2015/03/25 06:03
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Johannesburg can lay claim to men like Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela and the story of how their extraordinary parallel pathways came to entwine in the mesh of history. Eric Itzkin, deputy...
2015/03/21 12:15
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South Africans commemorate the 55th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre on Saturday, when 69 people were killed and 180 others wounded for protesting apartheid. The day is hallowed on the South...
2015/03/20 06:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAThousands of supporters are expected to join UCT students in a march calling for the removal of the Cecil John Rhodes statue. Photo: Ayanda Ndamane Cape Town - Thousands of...
2015/03/20 05:15
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The minister of higher education has bought off the leaders of the South African Students’ Congress (Sasco), detractors alleged this week. At least two executives of the organisation, which some see...
2015/03/17 00:09
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Reporter’s disclaimer: For this feature I drew on research from a number of sources, such as the MLGI, the Institute for Security Studies, Municipal IQ, material from public, legal, academic and...
2015/03/13 21:30
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Local corporate-political interface, which is usually hidden, is now slowly emerging and becoming clear in Zimbabwe as Zanu PF's factional fights expose the ruling party's nexus with business. It...
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About 500 staff and students from the University of Cape Town gathered on Thursday for an open-air dialogue to discuss the fate of the statue of colonialist Cecil John Rhodes, which sits on upper...
2015/03/13 08:34
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CAPE ARGUSEFF supporters squeeze in for selfies with EFF leader Julius Malema at Stellenbosch University. Photo: Courtney Africa Cape Town - EFF leader Julius Malema has promised to keep the “Pay...
2015/03/13 08:15
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The spy cables saga and its ramifications are replete with dramatic ironies. For one thing, it’s ironic to see Julius Malema, who in a famous outburst (when he was still ANC Youth League chief)...
2015/03/13 05:15
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ANC veteran Mathews Phosa is locked in an ugly public wrangle with his former butler, who accuses him of using theft and fraud charges to “silence” him because he has information that could damage the...
2015/03/08 07:34
2015/03/08 07:34
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EFF leader Julius Malema is the political agenda setter in South Africa, writes Tinyiko Maluleke. Biographer Fiona Forde is wrong to describe Julius Malema as an “inconvenient youth”. Malema is not...
2015/03/06 00:09
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Can the deliberate ruin of archaeology or art, in its extreme form referred to as ‘cultural genocide’, ever be worth a human life? This is not a new question. The devastation to Europe’s cultural...
2015/03/05 15:30
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There has been widespread condemnation of a march against the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) organised by the ANC Youth League and others in the Free State. The Civil Society Forum of the South...
2015/03/02 19:30
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The issue of land ownership in South Africa has been on the minds of millions of Africans for many decades, some with no place to bury their dead while being surrounded by luxurious golf courses and...
2015/03/02 17:15
2015/03/02 17:15
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The government’s struggling National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has “reached its sell by date”, and the only solution for poor students was a cost-free university education. This is the...
2015/03/01 23:03
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Now, a new generation of the two families is once more joined at the hip and fighting injustice. On February 18, 1985, police arrested United Democratic Front leaders Albertina Sisulu and Frank...
2015/03/01 15:34
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Durban - For the first time in nearly nine years KwaZulu-Natal, the ANC’s biggest and most powerful province, appears to be fragmented and patchy, its closely-guarded unity having all but...
2015/02/25 11:15
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The rise in support for the Democratic Alliance in the Western Cape is a result of people there still being tied to racist mindsets and the ruling party’s youth league in the area needs to work to...
2015/02/23 09:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIANational Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete (centre) and NCOP chair Thandi Modise confer with a parliamentary adviser during the SONA. File picture: Jeffrey Abrahams The concept of taking...
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