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City Press Voices | August 16 2020
City Press Voices | August 16 2020


A patriot must sometimes stand alone

Tebogo Khaas says President Cyril Ramaphosa doesn’t seem to comprehend the seriousness and scope of the “plundemic”.

The winter of the our discontent

South Africa’s fractured political landscape is the most obvious example of the need for coalition politics, argues Azwi Langalanga

We lost our integrity

Parties and their members have lost their moral authority, and the public shouldn’t trust them, writes Modidima Mannya

We will not be silenced

Sixolise Gcilishe writes that it was at that graveside that we became inspired once again – if our grandmother and our mother did it, so can we. We are willing to die for our total liberation. We will not be silenced.

A giant in radio goes silent

Bob was much more than a radio jock – he was also a well-rounded radio executive and strategist whom media owners could trust with their stations and rely on to make money for them. Albi Modise remembers his idol Bob Mabena


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