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Book theft in South Africa has recently been under the spotlight.
Book theft in South Africa has recently been under the spotlight.

What discerning book thieves tell us about a country’s reading culture

Tuesday 30 June 2015 09:12

The catalogue of the Johannesburg Public Library in South Africa contains a poignant entry – “Biko, Steve. Long 0verdue”.

What discerning book thieves tell us about a country’s reading culture

Tuesday 30 June 2015 09:12

The catalogue of the Johannesburg Public Library in South Africa contains a poignant entry – “Biko, Steve. Long 0verdue”.

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The Supreme Court upholds same-sex marriage: expert reaction

Monday 29 June 2015 06:22

Reaction to US legalising Gay Marriages.

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SA rugby coaching methods not on par with rest of the world

Friday 26 June 2015 15:49

South Africa's overall performance in the 2015 Super Rugby has confirmed that its coaching methods have failed to keep up with rest of the world, reports Lebohang Dube.

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Celebrating the Freedom Charter: A historical necessity?

Friday 26 June 2015 14:39

The Freedom Charter has outlined the prescripts of freedom in a future democratic South Africa, writes Thapelo Tselapedi.

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The history and significance of the Freedom Charter

Friday 26 June 2015 06:37

After being adopted in 1955, the Freedom Charter has continued to guide the ANC’s policies and approach to service delivery.

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Al-Bashir saga: There is more than meets the eye

Thursday 25 June 2015 10:42

Members of the International Crimes Court (ICC) are good people in their own eyes, trying to reign in war criminals, regardless of their status in society, writes Tula Dlamini.

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Nairobi Convention's 30th anniversary: Tale of the West Indian Ocean

Wednesday 24 June 2015 13:24

In 1985, the West Indian Ocean was one of the cleanest oceanic regions on the planet. 30 years later, despite rapid population growth and urbanization up and down its African shoreline, it still is.

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Govt should work on gaining citizens' trust: Analysts

Wednesday 24 June 2015 10:37

Trust between government and its citizens is an important aspect in a democratic dispensation.

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Why parole for Oscar Pistorius is perfectly legitimate

Tuesday 23 June 2015 08:31

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‘Environment in Burundi not conducive for credible elections’

Monday 22 June 2015 11:15

An analyst says that the upcoming elections in Burundi are a farce and that there is huge doubt that the elections will be free and fair as President Nkurunziza’s win is almost guaranteed.

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