Articles for Shuaib Manjra

Caster Semenya: Issues the sporting authority has to consider

Whatever the decision, the emotional toll for athletes is high


Analysis | 25 February 2019

Making sense of the student protests

An analysis of their demands and strategies


Analysis | 9 October 2016

Education MEC must remember she works for the people

Debbie Schafer snubbed students and ignored their submissions


Opinion | 6 July 2016

Daryl Impey: a very unusual case

Daryl Impey’s exoneration on doping charges brought relief to many cycling fans. But, ponders Shuaib Manjra, there may be much more to this story.

Shuaib Manjra

Opinion | 2 September 2014

Apartheid proponent comes to Madiba’s Memorial

Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu’s controversial decision not to attend Nelson Mandela’s funeral and to send Yuli Edelstein who is the current Speaker of the Knesset and a settler, is not only disgraceful, but has sent a clear message to the world that Netanyahu is a “leader” of the worst kind.

Shuaib Manjra

Opinion | 11 December 2013

Lance Armstrong: It’s about the bike, not the boosters

The name Armstrong dominated the past week's headlines. Neil remained a public hero until his end. Lance’s drug infested career came home to roost. However the level of public support demonstrated for Lance Armstrong, as evidenced in website comments and polls, has been surprising.

Shuaib Manjra

Opinion | 29 August 2012