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Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya

The F-word: Facts sometimes distort the truth

28 October 2013 10:00

One of the most important journalistic lessons I learnt was at the feet of former editor, trainer and activist Mathatha Tsedu, who warned of the danger of using facts to distort the real story.

The F-word: The humble politics of possibilities

2 October 2013 10:00

I bumped into a former colleague the other day and I was dumbfounded by how idle chat about how he was doing very soon degenerated into how badly things had deteriorated at our former workplace.

How to Spread it: Thabang Skwambane

25 August 2013 14:00

Thabang Skwambane’s vision for what he wanted to do with his life, and for his nation and continent, was very clear when he decided to give up his life as an investment banker in London eight years ago. But despite that moment of clarity, he could not have foreseen how it would all pan out.

The F-word: Marikana not like Sharpeville tragedy

22 July 2013 10:00

It was inevitable that in the wake of the killing of the 34 mine workers near the Lonmin Marikana platinum mine by South African Police Service members, there would be comparisons with other state-led mass killings.