While outgoing US President Trump has repeated tantrums at the prospect of leaving the White House, a lesson in democracy from Malawi is worth paying closer attention to
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What if we told foreigners to voetsek? We have fallen victim to the illusion of scarcity. And we are led to wrongly believe immigrants are a threat.
If the rich and powerful are afforded amnesty, then so too must the poor who are often pushed into lives of crime
Although Trumpism has been stalled, the conditions for conservatism remain
The framing of Jacob Zuma’s attempts to have Raymond Zondo recuse himself because of a tenuous family connection can distract us from the state capture commission’s main objective: uncovering the truth about corruption
Even if most of the time we toe the conventional line there are some circumstances, such as during a so-called pandemic, when we must say, thus far but no further
The United States elections have been complicated by the coronavirus pandemic, mail-in votes and age-old anger.
Two parallel discussions are before parliament to address the same issue: the amendment of section 25 of the Constitution to allow for expropriation without compensation and the Expropriation Bill that seeks to repeal the Expropriation Act
On average 58 people are killed each day in South Africa, a horrendous statistic — but numbers gloss over the qualitative aspects of each homicide — and psychotherapy is needed to address the hidden motives