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Charles Simkins wonders if, once again, our policy eyes are too big for our implementation stomach?
Arvitha Doodnath writes about the identification and spread of the virus, and the health implications for humans
Charles Simkins says we can work within the electoral framework, without the roof falling in
Matthew Kruger reflects on the 2016 Ruth First Memorial Lecture
Matthew Kruger expresses concern over the recent ConCourt ruling in the AfriForum-Tshwane street naming case
Arvitha Doodnath writes about the threat the virus poses to the entire world, especially to the Brazilian Olympic Games
Sarika Doodnath says the ongoing court case will be historic for the mining industry as well as for workers’ rights in SA
Charles Simkins on the global state of democracies, and the strategies of the recent authoritarian push back
Matthew Kruger says there's a constitutionally-sourced duty for state to prosecute crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide
Matthew Kruger writes that the HSF believes state power should be limited, accountable and subject to a variety of checks and balances
Anthea Jeffery says that while people buy into ANC propaganda in the abstract, they are more pragmatic in the particular
Arvitha Doodnath says there are legalized drugs that cause more harm, such as alcohol and tobacco