From Degree To Internship To Unemployment – The Life Of A Black Graduate

Members of the graduation class of 2013 stand during the commencement ceremony before US President Barack Obama delivers the key address at Morehouse College on May 19, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. AFP PICTURE: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images

Black graduates are faced with the bitter choice of either working for free, for the bare minimum, or not working at all, writes ZIPHO MAJOVA South Africa has one of the highest unemployment rates globally, according to […]

Expropriation Of Land Without Compensation

Philipina Ndamane holds up some of the vegetables she has grown in the Abalama Bezehkaya garden in Guguletu, Cape Town, South Africa on the 9th June, 2009. The Abalami Bezehkaya project, teaches people better farming techniques and sells fresh produce weekly to generate incomes for the farmers involved. PICTURE: Brown Political Review

Land expropriation is a very hot political debate today. Even parliamentarians are engaged in perspectives’ contest over the issue. The government should tread carefully on the matter, writes VUSIE MBA There seems to be those […]

Bonginkosi Madikizela Is Hellbent In Destroying The DA

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As a candidate for the 2017 race to become the Western Cape DA Leader, Max Lennit accused his opponent, Bonginkosi Madikizela, of allowing the DA to weaken during his tenure as Deputy Leader. Since then, […]