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All of the CWDM destinations are accessible within a 30- to 120-minute drive from Cape Town, creating real value for money
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But in the battle of John and Mbali, the way things are going, the party will crucify the better option
The post Eusebius McKaiser: The DA’s next leader should have a diverse political toolkit appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
The global speakers lined up for this year's event will address the challenges and opportunities specifically facing small businesses
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An activist art collective is refusing to leave a luxury holiday home, claiming their protest is to highlight landlessness and growing inequality in Cape Town
The post The young and the rentless: Inside Camps Bay’s “hijacked” mansion appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
South Africa must update its old position to make a positive contribution
The post Global climate action is more vital than ever appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Professor Raymond Parsons believes that business and consumer sentiment in South Africa would both benefit from even lower borrowing costs
The post Policy priorities lie with urgent economic reforms appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Constitutional Court justice says homophobic article did not ignite fire of hate against the LGBTI community but added fuel to it
The post Sticks and stones: Qwelane and the violence of words appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
COMMENT: My sons, I weep because Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who fought gender discrimination, has died and Donald Trump, under whom hardwon victories have been eroded, wants to be elected president again
The post Rights are at risk without principled leadership in the US Supreme Court appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
The Covid-19 lockdown has exposed the effects of South Africa’s weak alcohol regulations. Government and health campaigners want tougher policies, but the liquor giants are pushing back
The post Long Read | SA must fix its ‘dop system’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
The new, drive-through sculpture exhibition brings to four the number of exhibitions of iconic African and South African art
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