Articles By R.W. Johnson
 
July/August 2013
A Nazi Unitarian father, expulsion from South Africa and a ménage à trois: the author of ‘Porterhouse Blue’ lived a complicated existence
 
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September 2012
Most of the world-beating cricket team of the 1970s were anti-apartheid. Now they are shut out from the national game
 
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April 2011
Britain quietly allowed anti-apartheid exiles to run guerrilla operations from London as long as they stayed off the streets
 
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September 2010
'I would like to think that all the politically correct Brits who lined up to condemn me for "juxtapositional racism" might say a word or two about the extinction of media freedom in a major Commonwealth country, but I am not holding my breath'
 
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November 2009
The South African judge's Gaza report is just another example of his intensely political attitude to the law
 
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September 2009

Health care reform is one of the hardest things in politics. If Obama may be heading for defeat or a bloody draw, this is nothing compared to what awaits the ANC as it attempts to force through its National Health Insurance scheme.

 
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December 2008
The new president will be welcomed by most ordinary Africans, if not by their rulers
 
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About R.W. Johnson

R.W. Johnson is a journalist and historian. He is South Africa correspondent for the Sunday Times. He was a South African Rhodes Scholar and was a fellow in politics at Magdalen College, Oxford.

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