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Have Kaizer Chiefs Forsaken The Glory?

There was a time in Kaizer Chiefs’ history when going a full season without winning at least one trophy was unthinkable. As arguably South Africa’s biggest club, they knew they had to leave a mark each season to attest to their swollen status, and any coach who failed to lead the club to this would quickly find himself in hot water. Th...

By Katlego Mereko about 12 hours ago

Algeria’s Smiling Revolution Sweeps The Nation

The People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria was set to have presidential elections on 18 April 2019, like several other countries on the continent this year. However, the election has turned the country upside down after spontaneous appeals to protest on social networks against the then president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s candidacy for a...

By Tshiamo Maseko Poisson 6 days ago

Cyril Ramaphosa Post-Elections: Limits To Reforms

Since his ascent to power in Nasrec in December 2017 as ANC leader, and his assumption of office as South Africa’s president in February 2018, Cyril Ramaphosa has been an oasis of hope for a country that for nearly a decade was starved of leadership. Soon after he took office, Ramaphosa staked his leadership on party renewal, economic ...

By Dr Mzukisi Qobo 7 days ago

What Needs To Be Reimagined In Society?

South Africa, since its birth as a democracy, has long faced an unemployment issue. Now, it must be understood that while employment, its provisions, types as well as unemployment remain an increasingly relevant issue, they are also historic ones. What we will discuss here is that with the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the advanceme...

By Neo Sithole 9 days ago

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