A meeting of religious leaders and political parties to seek an end to the upheaval in Parliament turned out to be a damp squib as the majority of parties snubbed the gathering.
Do they think I fought against apartheid just to reinstall it?
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I run because I run, and lately it feels like I’ve been running for my life.
From the corridors of Parliament to the beautiful plains of Giyani, the notion of a rainbow nation is sung out as an obvious reality.
Former president Thabo Mbeki made a promise to the world in July 2008.