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LETTER: All Eskom giant’s efforts have been undone
I was profoundly saddened to hear that former Eskom CEO Dr Ian McRae had died. His motto was “electricity for all”, and this drive for social and economic development with his promotion of equal opportunity for all — at the height of the apartheid era — set him apart.
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LA TIMES: Senate betrays US values
The police reforms that are stalled in the US Senate are so basic, so necessary and so modest that it’s embarrassing they are not already law.
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LETTER: Knee-jerk reaction over Nicoli Nattrass sullies UCT’s good name
Michael Cherry’s disturbing article refers (“Deafening silence from UCT colleagues of Nicoli Nattrass”, July 9). Like Cherry, I do not wish to engage with the academic merits of Nattrass’s arguments. At stake here are broader issues related to academic freedom and institutional...
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Durban July draw nightmare for Snaith
A popular show on DStv is Your Worst Nightmare. Someone who experienced just that on Tuesday was trainer Justin Snaith, whose fancied Vodacom Durban July runners Belgarion and Do It Again drew the two outside barriers for the July 25 race.
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