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It’s time for the Brits to follow their own advice to keep calm and carry on amidst the fallout of their referendum decision to leave the EU, writes Susan Erasmus. This column open for comment.

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Though this present oppression is not the same as the oppression of the 1980s, the oppressors are using the same methods as their predecessors, writes Koos Kombuis.

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Has South Africa reached rock bottom?

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Has South Africa reached rock bottom and are we about to turn the corner, or is it going to get a lot worse first, asks Max du Preez.

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A very disunited kingdom

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Waking up to a new week in Britain post-Brexit is like stirring with an almighty hangover - self-inflicted after either celebrating to excess or drowning your sorrows, writes Adri Kotzé.

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Will the PAC show SA who's boss?

Thulani Gqirana 2602 views

Indeed - election madness is upon us and every Tom, Dick, Vusi and Andile is flexing their muscles and throwing their weight around, writes Thulani Gqirana.

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A cocktail of ignorance and arrogance from police

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While covering the escalating violence in Ga-Rankuwa, a colleague and I became recipients of some heavy handed police coercion, writes News24 journalist Jeff Wicks.


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