Editorials

Editorial: Our dishonesty harms journalism
Editorial: Our dishonesty harms journalism
Journalism is in a dangerous moment: our work is crucial as different forces vie for control over this country and the ability to turn the levers...
Editorial: Women’s Month misread
Editorial: Women’s Month misread
In 1956, more than 10 000 women marched on the Union Buildings to protest against the violation of human dignity that was the pass law. Theirs...
Editorial: Former colony now the coloniser
Editorial: Former colony now the coloniser
Colonialism is alive and well. Last week, India forcefully asserted its control over its portion of Kashmir. A communications blackout left people...
Editorial: On nonviolent resistance
Editorial: On nonviolent resistance
Since June, Hong Kong has been rocked by anti-government protests that have only grown in size and intensity. Initially, protesters wanted the...
Editorial: The magic amount: R500 000
Editorial: The magic amount: R500 000
One of the most pressing political crises (of this year, at least) started with our multibillionaire president being questioned in Parliament about...
EDITORIAL: Morrison’s grace of imagination
EDITORIAL: Morrison’s grace of imagination
‘She is a friend of my mind. She gather me, man. The pieces I am, she gather them and give them back to me in all the right order.” Taken from...
EDITORIAL: Blaming migrants is not on
EDITORIAL: Blaming migrants is not on
On Wednesday, the Inkatha Freedom Party released a statement that perfectly illustrates a dangerous trend among some South African politicians.
Editorial: Eskom guzzles our resources
Editorial: Eskom guzzles our resources
In February, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni announced in his budget that R23-billion, the first of several such payments over the next 10 years,...
Editorial: UK fallout will hurt us
Editorial: UK fallout will hurt us
We have built so much of the world around the greatness of unrestrained capitalism. With the fall of the Soviet Union — that so-called “end...
Editorial: Jacob Zuma, please explain
Editorial: Jacob Zuma, please explain
As former president Jacob Zuma sat at the Zondo commission this week, recalling the twisted tale of a 30-year conspiracy against him, many South...
Editorial: Trust is key to fight Ebola
Editorial: Trust is key to fight Ebola
On Wednesday, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared that the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a “health...
Editorial: Bank woes – but not in SA
Editorial: Bank woes – but not in SA
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan fired his country’s central bank governor, Murat Çetinkaya, last Saturday. Days later he launched a...
Editorial: Justice will one day be done
Editorial: Justice will one day be done
The Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture has seen some turn their gaze in aversion. Former president Jacob Zuma had warned of this...
Editorial: Tweedledum and Tweedledee
Editorial: Tweedledum and Tweedledee
The MEC for housing in Gauteng, Lebogang Maile, on Thursday declared his intention to withhold potentially hundreds of millions of rands for...

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