Opinion

Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
The revelation by the Competition Commission into the currency fixing by major banks exposed a litany of corruption in the financial sector that...
The issues with the Nike ad that we aren’t talking about
The issues with the Nike ad that we aren’t talking about
Nike recently launched a video showcasing the many talents of female Arab athletes doing their thing, accompanied by the tagline “What will they...
Isn't identity informed by experience?
Isn't identity informed by experience?
In the midst of the turmoil in the Philosophical Society of South Africa (PSSA), I read with interest the
Dear Becky: I'm not your negro
Dear Becky: I'm not your negro
BODY LANGUAGE
​It’s dry, but you can’t drink it
​It’s dry, but you can’t drink it
On a sharp turn leading on to a fast highway the sign makes a brief appearance flashing the words: “This course is irrigated by effluent water”...
​Drones, biometrics and the public university
​Drones, biometrics and the public university
A short paragraph titled “Security Enhancements” appeared in the University of the Witwatersrand’s internal newsletter two weeks ago.
Conspiracy, disinformation and Zuma-Gordhan fight loom over budget
Conspiracy, disinformation and Zuma-Gordhan fight loom over budget
A year after President Jacob Zuma began feuding with his Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan over control of the nation’s purse strings, the conflict...
Explainer: the nitty-gritty of the annual budget
Explainer: the nitty-gritty of the annual budget
Government budgets across the world are often delivered with some fanfare. South Africa is no exception. In February every year the minister of...
Let’s be real – Kasi Mlungu is problematic AF
Let’s be real – Kasi Mlungu is problematic AF
Wouldn’t it be nice if I woke up tomorrow morning and decided from now on I am white? I would be "The black white" and no one would criticise...
Editorial: Real people win if cartels are cracked
Editorial: Real people win if cartels are cracked
Somewhere between the bluster and the bust-up last week, Julius Malema reminded members of the National Assembly of their role in ensuring Parliament...
Zuma drags the ANC down with him
Zuma drags the ANC down with him
The political year is under way. It is an especially important one for South Africa (as well as elsewhere), and it is delicately poised. For the...
SA disconnect leaves the country lagging behind its peer nations
SA disconnect leaves the country lagging behind its peer nations
TECHNOLOGYIn December 2013, the Cabinet approved the SA Connect policy, a broadband roll-out plan to deliver fast, affordable internet across...
Left-leaning economists must stop hiding and challenge peddled misconceptions
Left-leaning economists must stop hiding and challenge peddled misconceptions
Right-wing economists get way too much airtime in South Africa. This is both because of laziness in the media and because left-leaning economists...

Client Media Releases

How to avoid pitfalls when travelling abroad
NWU wants to manufacture affordable artificial limbs
MTN rewards customer with R100 000 cash prize