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Domingo does not rule out SA win

South Africa coach Russel Domingo left open the possibility that South Africa could still emerge victorious in the second Test despite conceding a lead of 139

Why EFF’s red overalls matter

EFF’s stance has exposed the ANC’s lack of awareness of its own history of using dress symbolically, says Raymond Suttner.

We warned about rental arrears

Residents must work with City of Cape Town as we try to bring about housing redress, says councillor Siyabulela Mamkeli.

How to save Gaza

Outrage won’t end the war in Gaza. But in fact, many of the tools we need are already in place, says William Saletan.

Foreigners get the jobs. Why?

The paradox of high migrant labour employment against high domestic unemployment is hard to make sense of, says Saliem Fakir.

Do we know anything about MH17?

Even those who have managed to get to the site are unable to get a clear picture of what’s happening, says Leonid Bershidsky.

The power behind Muthambi

When a new minister comes in and makes such a bold move it is because Zuma has approved it, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.

Steyn and Morkel put SA on top

Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel put South Africa within sight of only their third Test win in Sri Lanka with key strikes in the first session on the final day

Why young blacks do not read

As long as books are expensive, they will remain a privilege of the middle class and the elite, writes Malaika wa Azania.

A humane end for all

A letter by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu in which he proclaimed to support assisted dying was heavily criticised, writes Kashiefa Ajam.

Tutu’s message on Mandela Day

Mandela Day gives us a chance to do practical things to help fill the void of Madiba’s absence, says Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.

Prize not only given by Sanef

Fikile-Ntsikelelo-Moya aims his plaintive missive about the Nat Nakasa Courageous Journalism Prize at the wrong target, says Peter Sullivan.

A lie made my life hell

A KZN man tells of his ordeal of being wrongly accused of sexually harassing a colleague.

Put my dignity first, kindly

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu did us a favour when he came out in support of assisted dying, writes Eusebius McKaiser.