Public Protector: DA turns politics into an industry of insults

The DA and its fellow liberal travellers paint the Public Protector as incompetent because she doesn’t agree with their stereotyping black people, writes MEOKGO

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Social anthropology has a lot to offer government in policy decisions

LINDISWA JAN When assessing government policies, the discipline of social anthropology is relatively obscured in most policy contributions. This can be analysed and understood

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Mineral wealth must benefit all, not just narrow self-interests

There’s no political instability in resource-rich countries ensuring that their mineral wealth trickles down to all citizens, writes YONELA DIKO Political instability in South

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Using state institutions to fight factional battles is detrimental to their survival

As the ANC heads towards its national conference, it is not just state institutions such as the intelligence community that are falling victim to

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Reshuffle: What is Zuma’s Endgame?

President Jacob Zuma’s latest Cabinet reshuffle has left more questions than answers, writes CAIPHUS KGOSANA  Fresh from having a street named after him and

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