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Mozambican writer, novelist and poet Mia Couto

Open Letter to South African President Jacob Zuma

Sunday 19 April 2015 12:09

Mozambique's best known writer,novelist and poet Mia Couto, writes an Open Letter to South African President Jacob Zuma, calling for action to halt attacks against foreigners in South Africa.

Open Letter to South African President Jacob Zuma

Sunday 19 April 2015 12:09

Mozambique's best known writer,novelist and poet Mia Couto, writes an Open Letter to South African President Jacob Zuma, calling for action to halt attacks against foreigners in South Africa.

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Xenophobia demands decisive and principled leadership

Saturday 18 April 2015 14:05

South Africa must act decisively in response to xenophobia and attacks on foreigners, but solutions must be based on unity and cohesion, not more segregation, writes ISS.

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I've worked hard for what I have: Ethiopian shop owner

Thursday 16 April 2015 19:37

An Ethiopian Shop owner shares how she built her business from hard work and sacrifices.

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TRC business unfinished: Professor

Thursday 16 April 2015 12:43

Former Commissioner at the Human Rights Commission, Professor Leon Wessels, says despite the success of the TRC, there is still a lot of unfinished business that needs to be attended to.

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Zille a strong leader within the DA: Analyst

Monday 13 April 2015 00:54

Political Analyst, Sanusha Naidoo, says DA leader Helen Zille has managed to bring in different constituencies as the party leader.  

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Zille might have been pushed: Analyst

Sunday 12 April 2015 17:37

Could DA leader Hellen Zille have succumbed to some sections within the party who felt it was time for her to go?

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Unveiling of Hani monument a historical moment: SACP

Friday 10 April 2015 10:33

South African Communist Party Deputy General Secretary Solly Mapaila says struggle veteran Chris Hani would have been proud of what government has been able to achieve thus far.

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Rhodes has fallen, now what?

Thursday 9 April 2015 16:17

As students and others across the country celebrate the fall of the University of Cape Town's Rhodes statue, the debate has now turned to whether the falling of the monument has any real significance.

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Russia assumes BRICS presidency: Focus on the bank

Wednesday 8 April 2015 18:34

Russia has assumed the rotating BRICS presidency as of April 1, taking over from Brazil.

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"Hammer approach to SA colonial statues dangerous"

Wednesday 8 April 2015 09:20

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Heritage Council, Advocate Sonwabile Mancotywa says the current “hammer approach” to South Africa’s history is not only short-sighted, but also dangerous.

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