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We dismiss Zim lessons at our peril
We dismiss Zim lessons at our peril
There are few things that irk many South Africans as much as any insistence that we are not as special as we think we are.
Battle for rights in traditional rites
Battle for rights in traditional rites
Recently, I had an opportunity to see a screening of the award-winning film Inxeba: The Wound, which explores, in an incisive fashion, the...
Print, publish, distribute
Print, publish, distribute
You may think of Lephephe Print Gatherings as a strategy for person-to-person distribution or perhaps as an event to recognise the place of print...
Council defends law school accreditation decision
Council defends law school accreditation decision
The head of the Council for Higher Education (CHE), Narend Baijnath, has defended the council’s bombshell decision to withdraw the undergraduate...
Sundowns: ‘It’s how you bounce back’
Sundowns: ‘It’s how you bounce back’
Sundowns head into their clash with Chippa United on Saturday more confident than when they began the season.
Push to liquidate ill-fated Lily Mine
Push to liquidate ill-fated Lily Mine
Creditors have applied to the court to liquidate the Vantage Goldfields Lily Mine in Mpumalanga.
Shekhinah bears the first fruits
Shekhinah bears the first fruits
Shekhinah Donnell and I first met on a Sunday afternoon when we were in high school. I sat cross-legged on the carpet of my home’s living room...
JSE debt-list rules fail SOE investors
JSE debt-list rules fail SOE investors
In August 2016, Futuregrowth announced it would temporarily suspend lending to some state-owned entities (SOEs) until it could conduct in-depth...
Editorial: Mist shrouds Lyin’ and Brian show
Editorial: Mist shrouds Lyin’ and Brian show
After another turn in the convoluted explanations of Brian Molefe’s resignation-not-resignation or retirement-not-retirement from Eskom, Molefe...
More Eskom dirt, but no one’s to blame
More Eskom dirt, but no one’s to blame
This week, the parliamentary inquiry into state capture at Eskom heard explosive allegations covering everything from the Guptas’ apparent...
Quiet before the storm at Daddy’s pad
Quiet before the storm at Daddy’s pad
Monday. It’s only 10.30am, but the flaming ball of lava overhead has already scorched the hills surrounding President Jacob Zuma’s homestead at...
’Tis the season for kicking clever
’Tis the season for kicking clever
Things are about to get hectic. Any latent paranoia you may have about missing your football fix can be swiftly tossed out the window. This is...
Editorial: Shout a bit louder, SADC
Editorial: Shout a bit louder, SADC
In January 2016, when it became clear that Gambian president Yahya Jammeh was intent on clinging to power, the Economic Community of West African...

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