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Sona 2021: Ramaphosa offers a hope that his own party seeks to destroy

The president focuses on the economy and Covid-19 in his 2021 Sona, but his pledge of SA’s rebirth is undermined by corruption and factionalism

Say hello to lockdown lite

After months of the strictest Covid-19 restrictions in the world, it seems we are in line for a further easing of the regulations

Ramaphosa announces gradual easing of Covid-19 lockdown in South Africa

Restrictions to vary by province and district, depending on infection rate and ability of health care system

South Africa’s Covid-19 economic stimulus plan — opportunity out of crisis

The president’s R500-billion economic package offers a new deal for desperate South Africans across the class divide

A chance to ‘reimagine South Africa’

President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to announce the government's long-awaited economic stimulus plan to deal with the effects of Covid-19. The key will be getting loans for a stimulus without ‘selling’ the country.

Nonfiction

Find out what's making South Africa tick – and fizzle

Cabinet Report Cards 2018: Going places or gotta go?

The M&G cabinet report cards has become a respected barometer of government performance.

Al Bashir ruling a ‘landmark judgement for international criminal justice’

Security experts weigh in on the possible implications of the SCA's ruling about Sudanese President Omar al Bashir's stay in South Africa.

Gumede smears M&G, amaBhungane

Businessman Robert Gumede launched a smear campaign against the M&G and amaBhungane following questions posed to him by the paper's investigative team

ANC MP says info Bill ‘goes too far’

Make the press ombudsman more transparent rather than impose a media tribunal in the form proposed by the ANC, a ruling party MP has argued.

A fresh look at our watchdogs

How far can Parliament go in recommending changes in the structure and functioning of Chapter 9 and related institutions? At most it could suggest constitutional amendments to change appointment procedures and areas of responsibility, and perhaps even the continued existence of some bodies.

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