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Thuli Madonsela is our No. 1

14 September 2014 15:00

I heard with shock when insults were elevated to another level by Kebby Maphatsoe, a leader of government who audaciously called Public Protector Thuli Madonsela a CIA spy and accused her of undermining the ANC.

Equal education is a basic right

7 September 2014 15:01

There must be no segregation in education. All children must receive free primary and secondary education from the state.

To the point

7 September 2014 15:00

As usual, your newspaper alone got the point: “Point. Seven. Percent” (City Press, August 31 2014).

Jacob Zuma’s Umshini Wami on pause

7 September 2014 15:00

I now understand why President Jacob Zuma looks frail in his second term of office. The man looks exhausted and unable to sing Umshini Wami. His legal woes don’t help.

We want our Generations

24 August 2014 15:00

The actors and actresses of Generations, who are currently on strike, had their contracts terminated by the SABC. The big question is: how much does the show make?

Charity kills the spirit

17 August 2014 15:00

Charity is a step back in alleviating poverty. At the recent economic summit held in the US, President Barack Obama stressed the need to increase funding to Africa.

Lobola is outdated

10 August 2014 15:00

I totally understand why men used to pay for women in the past. Historically, the majority of women had no financial power and men had to support them.

Nkandla: Taking the fall

27 July 2014 15:00

Readers react cynically to the news that Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi is cracking the whip over Nkandla spending

Feed our kids with dignity

13 July 2014 15:00

I have been a black consciousness political activist for more than 20 years. Had it not been for your antiblack and racist advert, our paths would have probably never crossed.

Death shames us all

13 July 2014 15:00

Seeing the brutalised face of Mohamed Abu Khdeir, the Palestinian boy kidnapped and murdered by Jewish extremists, gave me a painful emotional shock.

On the road to nowhere

The decision by the Northern Cape education department to close down schools in Kuruman for the rest of the year is a tragic and regrettable one.

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Pressing Issues: Soweto Derby brings everything to a standstill

Ever since Kaizer Motaung led a bunch of rebel players and officials from Pirates to form Kaizer Chiefs (first known as Kaizer XI) in 1970, South Africa has come to a standstill when the Soweto Derby comes around.

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I miss her.
Nomathemba Muholi who has not heard from her daughter who was in Nigeria during the church collapse