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Mike Berger says the country is in a bad, bad state
John Kane-Berman says business is taking a 'wait and see' approach to the Ramaphosa presidency
Sara Gon writes on the commonplace racialism in South Africa today
Gabriel Crouse writes on what may replace that which is being destroyed
John Kane Berman writes on upcoming hundredth anniversary of the end of the First World War
Gareth van Onselen on the churn in the national executive between 2009 and 2018
Sara Gon writes on the misdirected resolutions of the Jobs Summit
Sara Gon on the latest threat to free expression in South Africa
Douglas Gibson says we are a country with many homicides but few convicted killers
Institute's submission to Constitutional Review Committee on changing Section 25
Eugene Brink writes on what he learnt from attending two public hearings on changes to Section 25 of Constitution
Marius Roodt responds to Patrick Craven's complaints about our current 'racialised' healthcare system
Gabriel Crouse says that if you want to see the post-EWC future, just look around you
Frans Cronje says only strong local and international push back against EWC can save SA
Sara Gon further analyses the decision to grant amnesty to the most violent of the Fallists
Terence Corrigan says in the Bergville KZN shooting case the SAPS once again misreported the facts
Sara Gon writes on the amnesty granted by council to those involved in picture and art burning in 2016
John Kane-Berman writes on the role of the SA statesman in its founding, 100 years ago
John Kane-Berman says "transformation" and not just "state capture" is to blame for our current predicament
Terence Corrigan writes on German investor concerns around the direction SA is taking
Andrew Kenny writes on the furious emotions unleashed by the notorious incident on SuperSport TV
Terence Corrigan says property rights are fundamental to a healthy, robust and inclusive economy