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OPINION | SA Christians need to consider US influence

As Americans deal with the aftermath of their midterm elections, what is clear is the power of President Donald Trump ...

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OPINION | Saudi Arabia sells naive world a dummy

The gruesome murder of the Saudi Arabian columnist Jamal Khashoggi in a consulate in Turkey a few weeks ago has put ...

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OPINION | Academic freedom should not be fenced in

There has been a trend in the global university sector to attempt to “certify” academics as higher education ...

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OPINION | Bringing Xhosa history into the light

Tisani, a scholar, liberation struggle veteran and dedicated Pan-Africanist, titled her lecture “Lost opportunities and ...

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OPINION | YouTube world alternate reality for millions

In case you don’t know, the biggest news in your teen kid’s (or grandkid’s) life right now is not that we are in a ...

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OPINION | Land reform lessons from ancient Rome

There is nothing new under the sun and there is nothing exceptional about South Africa’s problems. Our problems have ...

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OPINION | Surely church has role to play in land reform

The other day I was wondering what Christian churches in South Africa are preaching in relation to the land question ...

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OPINION | Our universities were never liberated in 1994

The tragedy of Professor Bongani Mayosi’s death has opened up a conversation on the conditions of working, learning and ...

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OPINION | ANC must support black farming graduates

One of the reasons the ANC has struggled with land and agricultural reform is because, as a liberation movement, it ...

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OPINION | Quality education is compromised as profit trumps ethics in low-fee private ...

The Curro group of private schools has been in the news for alleged racism once again.

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