Opinion

Opinion

Zondo gives Jacob Zuma the ‘victim’ a captured audience

There is only one reason he would want to attend an investigation into something he thinks doesn’t exist

There are 35 portfolio committees but only five or six of their heads are definitely Zuma acolytes

We cannot be rushing to build a smart city when we are struggling to make special economic zones ...

World leaders inspire little hope

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One always has to hope, of course. One always has to believe that tomorrow will be better than today but, gosh, the ...

Rural bills entrench discrimination

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Recently, rural activists marched to the Union Buildings to protest against pending laws that they argue will reduce ...

Blessed with a second mother

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To her you are not just another child. The other day I got a call to come and see my second mother one last time

Holidays don’t honour our past

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As we go deep into the postapartheid period, the significant moments that meant so much to who we are as a people and ...

EDITORIAL | Get rubbish solution right this time

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However, we have seen past municipal initiatives similar to this go frighteningly awry and need every assurance this ...

‘Drunk’ is a wobbly insult to throw at Bathabile Dlamini

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Crude accusations can also unwittingly deflect blame from the former MP

EDITORIAL COMMENT | Step up and reclaim ownership of city

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About three years ago – three months before the 2016 local government elections – then Nelson Mandela Bay mayor Danny ...

Zindzi Mandela’s tweets are a battle cry and should be defended

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She embodies the views of a generation fed up with the ‘rainbow nation illusion’ constructed on black pain

As cigarette use slows, potential IP battles for big tobacco grow

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By linking products to delivery mechanisms, firms such as Philip Morris could be opening themselves to intellectual ...

Economic czar Ebrahim Patel has big job

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The initial reaction from some to his appointment was that he is too hands-on, a micro-manager.

Lesson to be learnt from the AB saga

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There are valuable lessons to be learnt from the AB de Villiers saga which has cast a dark shadow over SA’s woeful ...

Can’t even produce good thugs

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Corroding our education system in democratic SA, from the already poor apartheid Bantu education, was always going to ...

Nothing for youth to celebrate

Opinion

It is June 16, after all, and this month we will all say the sympathetic things about young people and make the right ...

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