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ANC Leadership Race: Profile – With five days to go, who is Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma?

Main photo: Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Au Chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma addressing the mourners at the memorial service of Ronnie Mamoepa held at Tshwane Events Centre in Pretoria. 27/07/2017  Kopano Tlape GCIS
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Photo: Laloo Chiba (ahmedtimol.co.za)

Laloo Chiba: An appeal to President Zuma to step down in the interests of the country, the ANC and the people

Photo: Then Minister of Communications Yunus Carrim speaks at the launch of the Digitising of the Military Veterans Heritage in April 2014. (Photo: GCIS)

MultiChoice scandal: Yunus Carrim – when did I ever voice my support for e.tv?

By Yunus Carrim
Photo: Delegates the ANC policy conference in July 2017. Photo: Ihsaan Haffejee.

ANC Leadership Race: Just one week before the show, Dlamini Zuma’s side appears to feel the pressure

By Stephen Grootes

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Photo: A voter walks into a polling station set up by the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) to cast his vote in Alexandra, Johannesburg, 07 May 2014. EPA/CORNELL TUKIRI

By-Election: Polls in various wards give ANC pause for thought

By Wayne Sussman
Photo: Laloo Chiba. Photo: Yunus Chamda

Remembering Laloo Chiba: Brave, unyielding and principled to the end

Photo by Claus Tom Christensen via Flickr.

Health-e News: Policing the law – when rape survivors lose faith in the system meant to protect them

Photo: Suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore during an address at the state judicial building in Montgomery, Alabama, 25 August 2003. Media reports on 15 November 2017 state that US Senate Majority Leader McConnell stated that Roy Moore, who is standing as the Republican candidate for US Senate in Alabama is 'unfit' for the US Senate as Moore is facing allegations of sexual misconduct. Photo: EPA-EFE/JAMIE MARTIN

Op-Ed: Roy Moore and the Republican War in Trump’s America

By Jonathan Faull
Photo: Mncedisi Dlisani, left, worked at Western Areas drilling holes for dynamite. This exposed him to a large amount of dust. He has TB and spent nine months in hospital. He did not receive his monthly wage to send to his wife, Nokwakha, right.  Two years later, he spent another nine months in hospital. After 15 years’ service, he has received no compensation. Photo by Thom Pierce

GroundUp: Silicosis – we’re close to a deal with the mines, says miners’ attorney

By GroundUp

Photo: Demonstrators against farm murders gathered near Green Point Stadium. Photo: Ashraf Hendricks

ISS Today: Accurate statistics are needed for the SA farm murder debate


Evita's Free Speech: Ep.120 – Evita recreates the silly season (Video)

By Pieter-Dirk Uys
Photo: Zimbabwe’s minister of Finance Patrick Chinamasa presents the 2018 national budget in the House of Assembly, in Harare, Zimbabwe, 07 December 2017. The budget presentation comes two weeks after President Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn into office, replacing former president Robert Mugabe, who resigned on 21 November, after 37 years in office. EPA-EFE/AARON UFUMEL

The SADC Wrap: Zim eases up on foreign ownership limits as SADC firms up on Lesotho

Photo: Katy Katopodis explores the big question ‘What future SA?’ with Bantu Holomisa, Nombonisa Gasa and Sipho Pityana, at The Gathering in Johannesburg: Photo: Daniel Born.

The Gathering (video, session 7): Holomisa, Pityana and Gasa get out their crystal ball

By Daily Maverick
Photo: Shootings at Sharpeville 21 March 1960

Op-Ed: Developing a voice of resistance – the beginning of the Catholic Church’s opposition to apartheid


Photo: The original iconic photo that was taken by photographer Sam Nzima.

Repurposing Historic Symbols: Lessons from Hector Pieterson via Trump’s America to Selborne College

By J Brooks Spector
Photo: A photo provided by the South African Government Information Service shows South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma (L) speaking to Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir (R) attending a session of the 24th African Union Summit of the NEPAD Heads of State/Government Orientation Committee (HSGOC) at the African Union Headquaters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on 29 January 2011. EPA/Ntswe Mokoena

South Africa’s latest threat to withdraw from the ICC, or, How to Squander Leadership

By Max du Plessis
Photo: A protester hold up a sign at a #MeToo rally in front of the Trump International Hotel at Columbus Circle in New York, New York, USA, 09 December 2017. EPA-EFE/PETER FOLEY

Op-Ed: How sexual violence and corruption have converged within our politics

By Lisa Vetten
Photo: SARS No2 (again) Jonas Makwakwa.

Scorpio: The Makwakwa Dossier, Part 3 – Why SARS No 2’s erratic spending pattern raised red flags with Financial Intelligence

Photo: Laloo Chiba (Youtube)

Hamba Kahle Laloo Chiba (1930 – 2017): A principled activist, humble revolutionary and selfless leader

Original photos: NPA head Shaun Abrahams (GCIS) and SA President Jacob Zuma. (EPA)

NPA Judgment: President to appeal ruling that found Zuma 'reckless' and sets asides Shaun Abraham's appointment as NPA boss

Photo: Earlier in the week suspended Gauteng health head Dr Tiego ‘Barney’ Selebano consoled a crying Bertha Molefe, whose daughter Sophie died after she was released from Life Esidimeni. Molefe has said Selebano promised her help in the past. Photo: Greg Nicolson

Life Esidimeni: Tears as former Gauteng Health head Dr Selebano asks for forgiveness

By Greg Nicolson
Paul O'Sullivan

Paul O’Sullivan vs The State: Forensic investigator demands R199-million for unlawful arrest

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: Students from Wits University demonstrate on campus during a fourth week of clashes with police forces during protests against the cost of higher education in Johannesburg, 10 October 2016. Photo: Kim Ludbrook/(EPA).

University Fees: HETN targets university reserves to fund students

Photo: Metrorail carriages are frequently overcrowded, making it dangerous for commuters trying to get to work. Archive photo: Tariro Washinyira

GroundUp Op-Ed: The terrible price of Prasa’s negligence and corruption

By GroundUp
Photo: A file photo dated 25 April 2016 showing a group of the 195 opposition soldiers arriving with General Simon Gatwech Dual, the chief of staff of the South Sudan rebel troops, in Juba, South Sudan.  Photo: EPA/PHILLIP DHIL

ISS Today: Can South Sudan’s peace agreement be revitalised?

Photo: NPA Head Shaun Abrahams (GCIS), President Jacob Zuma (WEF)

Newsflash: Shaun Abrahams to vacate his position, deputy president to appoint new prosecutions boss, court rules

Tunisians take part in a protest against US President Donald J. Trump decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, in Tunis, Tunisia, 07 December 2017. US president Donald J. Trump on 06 December announced he is recognising Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and will relocate the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

While you were sleeping: 8 December 2017

By John Stupart
Photo:  Andrew Feinstein at The Gathering: ‘The current nuclear deal will make the Arms Deal seem like small change, both in the scale of its corruption and its corrosive impact on our democracy … The last two people on the planet one would want negotiating such a deal are Messrs Vladimir Putin and Jacob Zuma.’ Photo: Daniel Born.

The Gathering (Video, Session 6): Andrew Feinstein unravels the web of global corruption

By Daily Maverick
Photo: Werner Kok of South Africa (R) drives past to score a try against Japan during the HSBC 7s World Rugby Series held at the National Stadium in Singapore, 15 April 2017. Photo: EPA/WALLACE WOON

Magnificent Sevens: Seven talking points before the Cape Town Sevens

By Antoinette Muller
Photo: Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Mike Masutha, addresses the National Human Rights Day Commemoration in Uitenhage, Eastern Cape, on 21 March, 2015. (Photo: GCIS)

‘SA should not withdraw from ICC, needs to project itself as a leader in anti-impunity efforts’ – NGOs

Photo: ANC supporters celebrate during victory celebrations at Nasrec in Johannesburg, April 24, 2009. Photo: REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Letter to the Editor: Reclaiming the ANC’s history in the year of OR Tambo

By Daily Maverick
Photo: An official hangs the official picture of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on a wall during a swearing-in ceremony of newly appointed 22 cabinet ministers at the State House in Harare, Zimbabwe, 04 December 2017. EPA-EFE/AARON UFUMELI

Op-Ed: Zimbabwe offers South Africa a lesson on change and outcomes

By David Reiersgord
Photo: A Palestinian protester throws back a tear gas grenade during clashes at Huwwara checkpoint, near the West Bank City of Nablus, 07 December 2017; 34 Palestinians were wounded, including one in critical condition during the clashes following Palestinians protests after an announcement of a general strike and a rage day to protest against US President Donald J. Trump declaration recognising Jerusalem as the capital of the Israel. EPA-EFE/ALAA BADARNEH

Op-Ed: Recognition of Jerusalem by the US is reckless and must be sanctioned

By Shenilla Mohamed

Op-Ed: In the ‘New Zimbabwe’, will the looting continue?

By David Moore
Photo: Dr Tiego ‘Barney’ Selebano at the Life Esidimeni hearings. Photo by Joyrene Kramer/Section27

Life Esidimeni: Dr Selebano and the system of death

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: Ahmed Rizkhaan/(Unsplash)

Op-Ed: The Glebelands killing fields: Dead – 100, Convicted – 1. And no end in sight for hostel violence

By Vanessa Burger
Photo: Palestinians refugees attend a protest against the US President decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in Jabaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip, 07 December 2017. US president Donald J. Trump on 06 December announced he is recognising Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and will relocate the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. EPA-EFE/MOHAMMED SABER

US: 12/06/2017 – The day Jerusalem gained a US embassy, and Donald Trump threw away US leverage

By J Brooks Spector

Op-Ed: A personal glimpse at how MultiChoice cuts, amends and abandons deals

By André-Pierre du Plessis

GroundUp: ConCourt victory for women in polygamous marriages

By GroundUp

GroundUp: Cape Town’s sluggish judges

By GroundUp
Photo by  Peter Hershey  on  Unsplash

ISS Today: Libya’s slave trade shocks AU-EU leaders into action

Photo: A photo provided by the South African Government Information Service shows South Africa's President Jacob Zuma (L) speaking to Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir (R) attending a session of the 24th African Union Summit of the NEPAD Heads of State/Government Orientation Committee (HSGOC) at the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on 29 January 2011. EPA/Ntswe Mokoena

South Africa confirms withdrawal from ICC

Photo: Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) at the start of the trading day in New York, New York, USA, 07 January 2016.  Photo: EPA/ANDREW GOMBERT

Collateral damage: Who owns Steinhoff?

By Moneyweb
Photo: Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste will have to answer to accusations of accounting shenanigans. Photo: Moneyweb

Steinhoff: Skeletons emerge as allegations of accounting fraud and other financial irregularities come to light

By Moneyweb
A Los Angeles County Fire helicopter flies over during the 'Skirball Fire' which began in the early morning in Bel-Air, California, USA, 06 December 2017.

While you were sleeping: 7 December 2017

By John Stupart
Photo: Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa with Chairperson of the African Union Commission Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma and José Graziano da Silva Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, 7 September 2015. (Photo: GCIS)

ANC Leadership Race: As the final contest nears, two top candidates with two opposite approaches to final days

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: Nedbank has responded to criticisms that appeared in GroundUp of its home repossession policies. Photo: Ashraf Hendricks

GroundUp: Repossession of homes – Nedbank responds to criticism

By GroundUp
Photo: Security on Metrorail trains has been compromised by irregular Prasa contracts. Photo: Ashraf Hendricks

GroundUp: Train safety – auditors recommend criminal investigations at Prasa

By GroundUp
Photo: Protesters attend a demonstration against alleged slavery in Libya, at Sergelstorg in Stockholm, Sweden, 25 November 2017. CNN’s footage of young Africans being auctioned off near Tripoli, filmed on a hidden camera and aired on November 14, has prompted protests in various parts of the world. EPA-EFE/CLAUDIO BRESCIANI.

Op-Ed: Dealing with Libya’s slave trade could be at the risk of the area’s ‘stability’

By Menzi Ndhlovu

Right of Reply: Zapiro’s depiction of Moyane amounts to trial by media

By Daily Maverick
Wired World

Schools closed, flights delayed after UK snowfall


WWE set to take SA by storm

By News24

Netanyahu says he expects Europe to follow US on Jerusalem


Shaun Abrahams extends Zuma's deadline for representations on corruption charges to end of January

By News24

While you were sleeping: 11 December 2017

By John Stupart

Palestinians 'walking away' from talks with Pence snub: US


Football: Mourinho clashes with Man City players - reports


6,000 IS jihadists could return to Africa, AU warns


Venezuelan leader says no to opposition in presidential race


Brexit breakthrough boosts European stock markets, pound

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Photo: A girl holds a placard among tens of thousands of South Africans demonstrating in support of Palestinians in the streets of Cape Town, South Africa, 09 August 2014. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

ANC conference, Foreign Relations Dept: Issues of Israel and Morocco to heat up the debate

By Carien du Plessis
Photo: South Africa’s State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele sits in court before his wife Sheryl Cwele appears in the Pietermaritzburg High Court, February 5, 2010. Sheryl Cwele was applying for bail after being arrested on charges of dealing drugs, the country’s National Prosecuting Authority said. REUTERS/Stringer

The Principal Agent Network (PAN) Dossier, Part 3: Fast cars, family ties and fiscal dumping

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: ‘The Little Foot’ hominid is on display during the unveiling by Professor Ronald J. Clarke (unseen) and his crew at Wits University in Johannesburg, 06 December 2017. Thought to be 3.7-million years old, the hominid was found 20 years ago but only revealed to the public now. The initial find by Professor Clarke was made at the Sterkfontein Caves near Johannesburg. The recovery of the complete skeleton of the Australopithecus proved extremely difficult as it was completely embedded in concrete-like rock. EPA-EFE/KIM LUDBROOK

Meet Little Foot: World’s oldest forerunner of modern humans unveiled and on display

By Marelise van der Merwe
Photo: Veteran investigative journalist and author Jacques Pauw on stage at Daily Maverick,'s The Gathering, in Johannesburg last month.  Photo: Daniel Born

Editors’ forum concerned over threats to arrest Jacques Pauw and News24 journalist

By News24
Photo: Britain’s then Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain, during his keynote speech at the Labour Party’s annual conference, in Manchester, England, Thursday 28 September 2006. EPA/RICHARD LEWIS

Op-Ed: UK must investigate all bank accounts held in London by any SA state-owned company – Peter Hain

Photo: Businessman Keith Keating slipped in to the SCOPA hearing at parliament to observe proceedings on November 28. The DA then dropped bombshell revelations that implicated Keating. Photo: Marianne Thamm.

SAPS/SITA capture: IPID raid businessman Keith Keating and Phahlane's homes

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: The Constitutional Court has ruled that it is constitutional for the state to offer bursaries that give preference to students from rural areas specialising in an African language. Archive photo: Ashraf Hendricks

GroundUp: Court rules in favour of mother tongue education

By GroundUp
Photo: Cape Town’s largest dam, Theewaterskloof, is down to less than 24% of its capacity. Photo from 11 May: Ashraf Hendricks

GroundUp: Drought – Has Cape Town planned properly for Day Zero?

By GroundUp
Photo: Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi speaking during the Stop TB Conference held at Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, Cape Town. 31/01/2014 (Kopano Tlape/GCIS).

Heath minister warns of ‘unusually high number’ of babies with listeriosis, notably in Gauteng

Photo: Evita Bezuidenhout told the audience at The Gathering: ‘Luthuli House – the only active power station the ANC has bothered to build in the last 20 years.’ Photo: Daniel Born.

The Gathering (video, session 4): Evita Bezuidenhout

By Daily Maverick
Photo: Former African Union chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma chats to South Africa’s deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa ahead of the African National Congress 5th National Policy Conference at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Soweto, South Africa, June 30, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

ANC Leadership Race: Divisions rule on the Road to Unity

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: Dr Chris Barnard

50 Years since the first heart transplant: What a piece of work is a man!

By J Brooks Spector
File photo: A photo made available 01 March 2010 shows an aerial view of Pollsmoor Maximum Security Prison. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

Op-Ed: Why we should care about inhumane prison conditions

By Ariane Nevin & Clare Ballard
Photo: Edward Munch: The Scream – SA style

Life Esidimeni: Gauteng health leaders continue with their denials

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: Coffer dam mining from the shore on the west coast. (Supplied)

amaBhungane: Shortcomings of SA legislation exposed through controversial shoreline mining of Alexkor and West Coast Resources

Photo of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa by Greg Nicolson / Daily Maverick.

Ramaphosa: The myths, the man – and the making of a president?

By John Allen

Street Talk: GATVOL Part II (Video)

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Photo: Aaron Burden/Unsplash

Open Letter to the next South African president: Get an urgent plan to eradicate illiteracy

By Nic Spaull and David Carel
Photo: Kimberly Farmer/(Unsplash)

Education shocker: SA child reading rates far lower than hoped

By Rebecca Davis
Photo: Minister of State Security David Mahlobo during a Pre-Budget Vote media briefing, 27 April 2016 (Siyabulela Duda/GCIS)

The Principal Agent Network (PAN) Dossier, Part 2: Bugging the auditors – dumb and dumber

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: Former Eskom CFO,  Anoj Singh.

Parliament: Eskom State Capture 2.0 – Governance by plausible deniability, memory lapses and competing documents

By Marianne Merten
Photo: A learner walks past school bags on the first day of school at General Alberts Primary School in New Redruth, Alberton, Wednesday, 9 January 2013. Picture: Werner Beukes/SAPA

Another Gauteng school embroiled in a principal appointment row

Photo:  The Constitutional Court of South Africa hosts a ceremony in honour of former Chief Justice Pius Langa in the Court Chambers. (Photo: GCIS)

GroundUp: Don’t separate husbands and wives in shelters, says court

By GroundUp
Photo: Residents facing eviction from the Steenvilla social housing complex erected burning barricades in July. All photos: Ashraf Hendricks

GroundUp: What happens when people in state housing cannot pay the rent?

By GroundUp
Photo: Some of the hundreds of activists who demonstrated against canned lion hunting outside a popular lion park near Johannesburg, South Africa, 21 March 2015. Photo: EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

Op-Ed: Hunters and predator breeders take aim at Star journalist

By Don Pinnock
Photo: Gwede Mantashe and Jessie Duarte at the ANC policy conference on 4 July 2017 in Nasrec. (Ihsaan Haffejjee)

ANC Leadership Race: With branches’ cards revealed, a tough, tight contest looms

By Carien du Plessis
Photo: Former Minister of State security, David Mahlobo, and President Jacob Zuma at the ANC policy conference, 5 July 2017, Nasrec.

The Principal Agent Network (PAN) Dossier, Part 1: Zuma and Mahlobo knew about Arthur Fraser’s rogue intelligence programme

By Marianne Thamm
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Op-Ed: ANC in December – what is at stake?

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Photo: This is the pit latrine that Michael Komape drowned in. This photo was taken by Charles Malebana shortly after the incident. It was admitted as evidence to the Polokwane High Court.

Schools Without Dignity: Lessons of Michael Komape’s death not learnt by Limpopo education department

Photo: Former Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training Mduduzi Manana delivered an address at a Youth Development Expo at the Halala Community Hall, Block H, in Soshanguve, Pretoria, 3 October 2015. (Photo: GCIS)

Op-Ed: Look beyond the 16 Days and hold leaders accountable

By Nabeelah Mia
Photo: Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh. Photo: Daniel Born.

The Gathering (video, session 3): Hip hop dynamism from Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh

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Fake news

Op-Ed: Beware the dangerous ambitions of the anti-business propaganda campaign

By Stuart Theobald and Colin Anthony
File Photo: President Jacob Zuma convenes the President’s Co-ordinating Council (PCC) meeting at Tuynhuis in Cape Town, 14 November 2017.

Op-Ed: A Snake Eating its Tail – South Africa cannot let two Zuma-era travesties get him off his corruption charges, again

By Paul Holden
Photo: Former Deputy Chief Justice, Dikgang Moseneke (Greg Nicolson)

Life Esidimeni: D-Day for suspended Gauteng health boss, Dr Selebano

By Greg Nicolson

Analysis: ‘Irrational, unlawful’ spending for Mandela funeral provides chilling glimpse into SA graft

By Rebecca Davis
Photo: A South African woman carrying her baby rests against a fence with thousands of South Africans waiting in line outside Gugulethu Social Services office to register for a Social Relief of Distress Grant, Gugulethu, Cape Town, South Africa 28 January 2009. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

GroundUp: Social grants falling as share of state expenditure

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Photo: Councillor Brett Herron was travelling on a train from Khayelitsha to Cape Town, when a man got electrocuted on the train just in front of him. Photo from Brett Herron’s Twitter Feed

GroundUp: Failure of commuter rail is a crime against urban poor

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Spotlight: Orthopaedic nightmare in the Free State

Photo: Mbuso ‘British’ Mkhize outside his home. Photo: Nompendulo Ngubane

GroundUp: ‘Zuma promised me a house’

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Photo: A student from the Wits drama school lays out a sign on pairs of shoes to raise awareness of the issue of gender violence at Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa, 15 August 2016. EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

Health-e News: Public Works moves to evict rape support NGO

Photo: ‘We didn’t think (these serious events) would happen in our lifetime, which is the removal of Robert Mugabe, and his resignation,’ said Tendai Biti at The Gathering. Photo: Daniel Born.

The Gathering (video, session 2): A conversation with Tendai Biti about post-Mugabe Zimbabwe

By Daily Maverick
Photo: A nurse works at a free health clinic giving HIV/Aids information and testing blood sugar levels and blood pressure at the Living Hope centre in Masiphumelele, Cape Town, South Africa, on World Aids Day on 01 December 2016. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

SA patients test for HIV, but wary of treatment – even if it’s free

By Marelise van der Merwe
Photo: The cast and crew of A Short Cut to a Shorter Life. Photo: Supplied

A powerful message to the youth of the dangers of blessers

Photo: A man gets his blood taken for HIV testing at a free testing booth during an event organised by Kenya’s National AIDS Control Council and other organisations to mark World AIDS Day at the University of Nairobi in Nairobi, Kenya, 01 December 2017. EPA-EFE/DANIEL IRUNGU

Op-Ed: Why is HIV prevention among young women and girls not working? We have forgotten the men

By Jonathan Hopkins & Dean Peacock
Photo: Thomas Thabane, Prime Minister of Lesotho, speaks during the general debate of the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly at United Nations headquarters in New York, New York, USA, 26 September 2013. EPA/STAN HONDA / POOL

Lesotho: Seven-nation SADC force deployed to ‘establish secure, stable environment’ in Mountain Kingdom


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By Wayne Sussman
Photo: Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown. Photo: Ntswe Mokoena (GCIS)

Notes from the House: Parliament shows its mettle with full-scale investigation into State Capture

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Op-Ed: Racism, examination assessments and the transformation of Wits University

By Adam Habib
Photo: Nkozasana Dlamini Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa at the ANC Policy Conference, 5 July 2017, Nasrec. (Ihsaan Haffejee)

ANC Leadership Race: The fight for every single vote

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Photo: Wikimedia Commons

SACP tests the waters in by-election, fires warning shot to ANC

By Greg Nicolson