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Dunkirk on the Vaal

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The Dunkirk evacuation during the Second World War stands as a symbol of communities uniting against adversity and stepping in when governments are unable to

The biggest election year in history?

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2024 is not just an election year. It’s perhaps THE election year. But not just in South Africa. In the upcoming year, the global political

The Curious Case of the Democratically Elected Dictator

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Many South Africans might not know that South Africa was not always the murder capital of the world. That unfortunate title long belonged to El

A glimpse into SA’s social entropy: when racialism threatens the constitutional dream

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In a society celebrated for its diversity and apparent commitment to constitutional non-racialism, the recent events at the University of Pretoria’s Hatfield campus reveal a