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North Korea’s ICBM

“American bastards would be not very happy with this gift sent on the July 4 anniversary,” said North Korean leader Kim Jong-un about his country’s first successful test of an

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We are captured but not by the Guptas

Pick any newspaper, tune in to any radio or TV station in South Africa on any given day and you are bound to read about or hear the mention of

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Writing on development

Development is not the many terms associated with the political speak of the politick that often seeks only to attain some political goal, or, to garner the interest of the

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Poland: A pause on march to autocracy

Zofia Romaszewska, now in her 80s, was jailed during the years of martial law in Poland in the early 1980s. She is a national hero for her human rights activities

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A bunch of liars or a bunch of incompetents?

I was very excited (as I am sure were many other people) when the previous coalition government included the declaration of assets and interests in their list of priority policy

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Ray ‘Chikapa’ Phiri

ON MONDAY morning, there was no one when I got to the office, I guess I was too early. And so I went to the corner where I met this

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Absent presidents

Newspapers still need copy to hold the ads apart even when nothing much is happening. So I was quite pleased when I noticed that the presidents of two African countries,

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Why Lesotho’s reforms may fail

“Constitution-making and constitutional reform are at the very core of state building and democratic consolidation. As such, the making and remaking of a constitution is a societal and national project

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The role of vision in an organisation’s success

Research has found that organisations that have coherent and meaningful mission and vision statements provide more than double the return in shareholder benefits when compared to organisations that do not

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Qatar showdown?

The deadline that Saudi Arabia and its allies set for Qatar to submit to their “non-negotiable” demands has just passed, and Qatar has not complied. So what happens now? Does