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Unionists played part in SAA woes
You might all lose your jobs anyway when SAA finally collapses.
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Struggle heroes should never be forgotten
Our rich legacy, heritage and hard-fought liberation should not be allowed to be confined to the periphery of history. 
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Thabang Primary School sewing project makes a difference
More than anything else, projects like this help reduce the growing culture of dependency in South Africa.
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Schools must look after kids
Adequate supervision surely requires that a roll call take place before and after each activity.
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Make merit your priority, Ramaphosa
You can also look to the large pool of experienced people who have left the civil service – they’re only too willing – and able – to help.
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Neil Aggett’s family deserves answers and closure
Many people died or disappeared during the years of apartheid and all their friends and relatives deserve the closure that the truth will bring.

Columns Viva the capable state, viva!

South Africa would be better off if the undertakings Ramaphosa made at Davos in January 2018 were carried out.

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The daily nightmare that is township traffic

Columns The daily nightmare that is township traffic

Total gridlock. Taxis, cars, bakkies, motorcycles, push bikes and pedestrians jamming the sole main arterial and every off-shoot street.

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CapeNature, your Soleimani moment in killing a croc is the best

Columns CapeNature, your Soleimani moment in killing a croc is the best

She was 2.5m long. Or, in terms everyone can understand, 10 belts, six handbags, four pairs of shoes and two wallets.

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When short dresses inspire long debates

Columns When short dresses inspire long debates

ANC Youth League spokesperson Sizophila Mkhize vented her frustration on social media while explaining that she could not attend the ANC’s national executive committee’s lekgotla due to some elder members’ view that her dress was too short. Which is more justified: her frustration or the limitation?

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Why is Europe hosting African leaders to solve continental problems?

Columns Why is Europe hosting African leaders to solve continental problems?

The AU’s peace and security council needs to act more decisively to prevent Libya from becoming hub of foreign fighters.

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Audi speedster must be brought to book

Editorials Audi speedster must be brought to book

This is reckless endangerment of the highest order.

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Is the ANC taking heed of Mboweni’s truth?

Editorials Is the ANC taking heed of Mboweni’s truth?

Mboweni has criticised the ANC policy decision that the Reserve Bank should be nationalised, because he realises that this would be a financially suicidal path to take.

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Ramaphosa is in a race against time

Columns Ramaphosa is in a race against time

The president’s strategy of letting the legal processes sort out the bad guys is on the verge of backfiring because they aren’t just sitting still, waiting to be culled.

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The real nightmare of dreams

Columns The real nightmare of dreams

Sharing your dreams with loved ones could lead to a fate worse than eternal damnation.

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Practise random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty

Columns Practise random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty

Going back to school can be both a beautiful and an ugly time. That is the oxymoron of living in a very unbalanced society.

Two weeks into 2020 and already almost 6 000 jobs are on the line

This is mostly due to politics and poor decisions rather than external factors.

Editorials Leave these school camps to the army

We think there needs to be a broader probe of the whole idea of orientation activities for children entering their first year of high school.

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‘The science is settled’ on ‘the debate’ of climate change? Says who?

Columns ‘The science is settled’ on ‘the debate’ of climate change? Says who?

There needs to be more discussion, more openness and less fascist silencing of dissent with climate change.

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Fire all the sick municipalities

Editorials Fire all the sick municipalities

We would rather have administrators replace councils in all of these sick municipalities on a permanent basis.




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