Daily Maverick Gloves on, gloves off for the debate of the century

J. Brooks Spector ponders the significance of the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Daily Maverick #FeesMustFall - the students side

If you want to understand why the students are protesting, take a moment to step back and listen to what the students have to say, even if it is just by reading this article.

Daily Maverick Remanded and Forgotten

South Africa currently has 41,717 people in remand, making up nearly one third of the country’s total prison population, writes Marche Arends.

Richard Chelin The DRC teeters on the edge

The spiral of violence in the DRC is concerning since the country has a poor record of peaceful transition of power since it won independence in 1960.

Marianne Thamm For Hawks and NPA some crimes are more of a priority than others

MARIANNE THAMM asks the Hawks and the NPA to provide feedback on some of the country’s biggest priority crimes.

Daily Maverick Own Goal: Minister of Police flouted the law, rendering Hawks head a lame duck

Like Hlaudi Motsoeneng – another “irrational appointment” – are Lieutenant-General Mthandazo Ntlemeza’s days numbered, writes Marianne Thamm.

The Conversation Africa How violence and racism are related, and why it all matters

The hatred of the physicality, cultures and identities of “othered” groups is a global phenomenon, writes Sarah Malotane Henkeman.

The Conversation Africa Free education is possible if South Africa moves beyond smoke and mirrors

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande's announcement sparked anger and a great deal of confusion.

Shahied Joseph Call me gangster… gangster

Gangsterism is entrenched in the Coloured community. Shahied Joseph shares his view on the movie 'Noem My Skollie' which reveals what it's like to be caught up in this life.

Annette Venter 2016 on its way to breaking another hottest year on record

2015 shattered the record books as the hottest year ever! It seems like 2016 is following in the same footsteps by breaking the record once again. It’s been common refrain to hear

Daily Maverick SA students reject Nzimande’s subsidy, call for free education

Treasury says finding the R2.5-billion to meet the policy to cover increases for poor students is extremely challenging, writes GREG NICOLSON.

Daily Maverick SAA: If we don’t fix it someone else will, Deputy Minister of Finance warns

Place your tray tables in an upright position, this is going to be a bumpy ride. In the event of crash, pray, writes Marianne Thamm.

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