ANTHONY BUTLER: An ANC leadership contest replete with a sense of déjà vu

‘Zuma’s power, like Mbeki’s a decade ago, is ebbing away rapidly — we all know it will soon end conclusively’

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KEVIN MCCALLUM: Terror attacks have put the fear factor into all sport codes

‘Terrorism has loomed over every sporting event I have covered. Since 9/11 nothing has been certain or safe’

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WEALTH WATCH: Eastern Cape needs urgent help

State, business, universities must do more to help communities in SA’s poorest province, writes Gusha Xolani Ngantweni

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CHRIS THURMAN: As in colonialism debate, good and bad is one in art

SA’s arts scene has lately been forced to grapple with the inadequacy of perceptions that artistry is automatically on the side of the "good", writes Chris ...

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MICHAEL FRIDJHON: Plethora of premium whites offered at discount over reds

The domestic market cares more for red wine than for white, writes Michael Fridjhon

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Volunteers fly through the big blue in service of a green planet

The Bateleurs’ pilots give of their time in wildlife conservation drive

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Communications breakdown threatens revival of mill

Hardened attitudes on both sides might spell the closure of the Evowood mill, leading to the loss of more than 700 jobs

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We need to look deeper into Helen Zille’s tweets

‘What we’ve seen, from across the spectrum, is a barrage of abuse, none of it engaging the substance of Zille’s analysis’

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How to shift from coal-fired power to renewables without job blackouts

Quick roll-out, consumer levies and retraining of staff are key to ensuring green economy benefits all in SA, writes Johan van den Berg

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STREET DOGS: The real world

In the real world … deciding who you are and what you want is the key

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EDITORIAL: Transforming the banks

The industry’s worst fear — that this was an invitation to a mugging — has not been realised

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THE INSIDER: Lawyer fights arson case heatedly

A lawyer claiming his client’s car engine spontaneously combusted ends up in a cloud of e-smoke

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LETTER: Do not be a hypocrite

The reaction to Helen Zille’s tweet is unbelievably dishonest and hysterical, especially from the major culprits, the left and the media

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LETTER: No visa necessary

From the end of March South Africans will not need visas to visit Russia. Read into that what you will

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LETTER: Rural example for city

The village elders obviously know something about service delivery near Moria City north of Polokwane

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