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William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the doctrine that the liberation movement believes will usher in salvation
Heinrich Matthee says there is the need for SAns to step in here too, to counteract another ANC state failure
RW Johnson reviews Jonny Steinberg's biography of their marriage
Terence Corrigan says commercial farmers – white, black or any other hue – are a necessity to provide for country, and will remain so
RW Johnson asks whether an "imposed settlement" could have avoided some of the disasters of ANC rule
RW Johnson says the late President's great gift was naivete, something his admirers still share
RW Johnson on why John Steenhuisen's "roadkill" remarks were disqualifying, and on the need for a new Popular Front
RW Johnson writes on why the ANC is incapable of taking responsibility for its mistakes, and correcting them
RW Johnson says our dominant party has not produced a single decent chief executive in almost thirty years
RW Johnson says the idea that SA could be invited to mediate reflects one of Pretoria's abiding fantasies
RW Johnson says the DA would be unlikely to survive a coalition with ANC 'reformists'
RW Johnson on the dearth of credible African candidates for a permanent seat on the security council
Jeremy Gordin asks what unifying call to arms the President can make at a time like this?