The Big Read: The race card is looking less like the ace of spades and more like a joker

An ornithologist noted that starlings, or the Indian myna here, move “at the same time, in the same direction, and all at once”.

You could say exactly the same thing about much of the noise in South Africa that passes for analysis of our political economy. Originality and, heaven forbid, dissenting from the conventional wisdom, often […]

Why #FeesMustFall succeeded where others failed

Why did there appear to be such broad sympathy and support for the student cause?

On the first night of the Jewish Passover festival, to commemorate the exodus from enslavement in Pharaoh’s Egypt over 5 700 years ago, a famous question is raised.

The youngest person at the dinner (seder) table traditionally asks:
“Why is this night different […]

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