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Friday, June 25, 2021

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Individual leaders are elected into collectives which should work as a unit, fulfilling their mandate as indicate to by the constitution. No single person is a leader unto himself, but a collective… A response to Mswati’s “flying colours leadership” of the ANCYL in Nkangala.

‘Mswati didn’t lead Nkangala with flying colours’

The former Nkangala ANCYL chairman Mduduzi 'Mswati' Nkosi reportedly said he has led the region with "flying colours" and nobody else has done so previously.

Mathews Phosa won’t bring a good man down

Welcome Nkuna charges that all and sundry allegations levelled against DD Mabuza since his rise to the chairmanship of Mpumalanga have been a slander campaign engineered by Mathews Phosa.
Black youths must get their hands dirty on farming

Black youths must get their hands dirty on farming

The unemployment rate among the black youth (between the ages of 15 and 34) in South Africa is 43%. Yet young people in South Africa, and indeed all over the world, appear to show little interest in agriculture.
Dear former President, an open letter to Mbeki

Dear former President, an open letter to Mbeki

Former ambassador to Cuba, Phatse Piitso pens an open letter to Mbeki following his recent public address in which he lambasted the current ANC leadership.

40 years later: SA remembers Bantu Biko

South Africa remembers Black Consciousness Movement leader and Stephen Bantu Biko. Biko would be 71 years this December had Apartheid police not killed him.
Beyond the twin tasks of the ANCYL

Beyond the twin tasks of the ANCYL

The ANCYL in Gert Sibande says is not opposed to change, what it believes in is continuity which will accommodate and include young people.
Nkangala congress should reflect deeply on current challenges

Nkangala congress should reflect deeply on current challenges

Nkangala youth league spokesman says disunity, tribalism and the electoral decline in the region should be major talk in the Nkangala congress .
South African Airways needs our voice

South African Airways needs our voice

When finance ministers suggest that questionable people 'fix' the South African Airways and offer a privatisation deal, then the agenda unfolds.
The overlooked history of the rise of Zuma

The overlooked history of the rise of Zuma

The question of what ought to be done to Zuma needs to acknowledge that his status is not just an inherited position but the result of something more profound.

The curse of Anti-Blackness

The anti-blackness that exists is because there is a band of blacks who are imbued with the same political and economical interests as white people.

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