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The ‘House in Kensington B’ and the legacy of forced removals

John Kane-Berman

John Kane-Berman writes on the exhibition of paintings and drawings by Moses Tladi…

“Bad cop, good cop” and the South African mining industry

John Kane-Berman

John Kane-Berman says the industry has been playing defence for far too long now…

ANC take heed: even big brands die if they abandon their founding values

The Conversation

In 1994 the idea that the African National Congress (ANC) might lose power in South Africa was unthinkable. ...

The threat to SA’s democracy runs deeper than state capture

The Conversation

They think that state institutions must be captured by one or another sector for state action to achieve ...

Radically transforming transformation

John Kane-Berman

John Kane-Berman says that if the ANC wants to achieve anything, it needs to change its approach utterly…

How ANC presidential elections trump South Africa’s constitution

The Conversation

South Africa’s Constitution is clear on a number of issues related to the relationship between the country’s parliament ...

ConCourt judges face more than legal questions in secret ballot case

The Conversation

South Africa has been treated to an overdose of legal arguments as its Constitutional Court grapples with whether ...

Kids on social grants go to school earlier, have lower rates of obesity

The Conversation

Children whose parents or caregivers receive South Africa’s child support grant are less likely to be overweight or ...

The woman who invented Mother’s Day would hate what it’s become

ANA Newswire

While dining at a Philadelphia tearoom owned by her friend John Wanamaker, Anna Jarvis ordered a salad – ...

Ramaphosa: Can a leopard change his blind spots?

John Kane-Berman

John Kane-Berman on what the ANC DP would actually need to do to combat state capture, if he ...

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