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Transformation eludes varsities

  12 July 2020 Universities are usually a good barometer of the conscience and progress of any nation. And the racial inequalities that still persist in South...

Advertisers must support diversity

  12 July 2020 From the near-death announcement of the iconic Drum magazine and the possible closure of Sunday Sun and some Afrikaans magazines, it has...

  5 July 2020 SA’s COVID-19 horror movie is unfolding As the number of Coronavirus infections and fatalities increase, some remain inured while many South Africans are...

Chief justice should have known better

  28 June 2020 Politics by its very nature is mud wrestling. No one comes out clean – and when the judiciary dares to play in...

Bigots must leave Mandela and Gandhi’s statues intact

  21 June 2020 Threats by racists in the UK, embodied by Britain’s First Leader Paul Golding, to remove or wreck the statue of Nelson Mandela...

Judgment is a double-edged sword

  14 June 2020 While many welcomed a decision by the Constitutional Court this week to allow independent candidates to contest for provincial, national and even...

Our rights in safe hands thanks to our judiciary

  7 June 2020 Judge Norman Davis this week drew both praise and scorn from commentators and legal minds for his ruling that lockdown regulations were...

Use science in government decision-making

  31 May 2020 INa week when the government spent much time communicating what alert level three is about, it also seemed to generate more confusion....

The illogic of lockdown

Published: 24 May 2020 Two weeks after the announcement of a lockdown in the country, President Cyril Ramaphosa pleaded with the nation to “endure” the...

Lead us, Mr President

17 May 2020 The indignation and palpable disappointment many felt following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the nation mid-week comes at a time when government...

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