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Ferial Haffajee

Ferial Haffajee

    A step backwards
    A step backwards
    Ferial Haffajee on Zille: while the ANC Youth League's statements against her were pathetically patriarchal, so are her action and her words.
    State of the state -- the voters have spoken
    State of the state -- the voters have spoken
    Under president Thabo Mbeki, the private sector was disengaged and disenchanted, despite being included in several presidential working groups.
    The face of patronage
    The face of patronage
    Gauteng Health MEC Brian Hlongwa is too close to power and there are systemic problems with any attempt to cut graft, writes Ferial Haffajee.
    Growing pains in the colourful country
    Growing pains in the colourful country
    Ferial Haffajee looks at the latest book to offer an explanation for the mess we're in
    Political shifts threaten BEE
    Political shifts threaten BEE
    Black business is going into this election more politically diverse than it has been since the end of apartheid, writes Ferial Haffajee.
    Ironically conservative
    Ironically conservative
    Ferial Haffajee asks whether the government's stance on cultural freedom ignores equal rights for women.
    Where will SA be in 2025?
    Where will SA be in 2025?
    Ferial Haffajee: Possibly one of the finest public documents yet published, the 2025 Scenarios paint three states of our nation in 16 years.
    'We had one of those'
    'We had one of those'
    What, I wonder, has become of the audacity of our hope? Could it possibly be true that nations get the leaders they deserve?
    Of shooting and falling stars
    Of shooting and falling stars
    Ferial Haffajee, together with M&G reporters, delivers this year's report card on government ministers' perfomance.
    Z-man meets Z-man
    Z-man meets Z-man
    Pirates of Polokwane is not only a fun stocking-filler but the work that will mark the year in which Zapiro became our imbongi.
    Can Helen overcome history?
    Can Helen overcome history?
    DA leader Helen Zille appropriates non-racialism as the ANC sheds it.