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It's ironic that Durban is still persisting with its intent to host the 2020 Commonwealth Games whilst it cannot provide its citizens with jobs, Saber Jazbhay.

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I get it that the ANC can’t allow for a second for an external process to determine for them who gets to lead them, but what are their future goals? asks Tshetlhe Litheko.

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The rains might have come this week. But the rotten odor of the ruling party and of the President still lingers in the air, says Howard Feldman.

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Many of us were duped into working out scenarios for a Clinton presidency, but it turned out we had the wrong assumptions about the votes and the voters in the US, writes Dr Siphamandla Zondi.

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Who must proclaim that the ANC is captured? Neither political commentators nor members of the media, but the ANC itself, argues Sabelo Mkhonza.

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The election of Donald Trump as the US President was seen being as impossible as a British exit from the EU was. And yet both happened, writes Howard Feldman.

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We should not pretend to think South Africa’s case is unique, or simply a plight faced by African and other developing countries. writes Jonathan Brady.

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It takes a lunatic to think that Jacob Zuma will run the distance to 2019. He is on his way out, writes Israel Mlambo.

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I believe African Americans should not vote for Hillary Clinton because what she stands for has destroyed the black community over the past 55 years, says Phumlani Majozi.

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Research shows a widening gap in salaries between two of South Africa’s capitals, with certain skills bringing home far more money than others, writes Jesse Green.
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