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26 November 2014
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07 Sep 2010
 
 
Graffiti devalues communities
POLEMICS
On Sunday, July 18, while the Dabulamanzi Canoe Club was conducting a cleanup of Emmarentia dam, a graffiti "artist" was interrupted in the act of casually decorating the Emmarentia dam wall,...
 
 
16 Jul 2010
 
Xenophobia? What xenophobia?
POLEMICS
It seems that the authorities have fallen into their old habit of denialism. With rumours and reports of xenophobic tensions, and even attacks, circulating, government has done little more than...
 
 
09 Apr 2010
 
The Great Divide(r)
POLEMICS
Just over two months ahead of the FIFA World Cup, South Africa is in crisis. The current political climate in the country seems to suggest that the country has not progressed towards the ideal of...
 
 
10 Feb 2010
 
Zuma should be held to account for his actions
POLEMICS
It seems that all the fuss about President Jacob Zuma's love child is misdirected. Besides the gossip over culture and morality, there are some important constitutional and political issues at stake.
 
 
 
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