Editorials

Editorial: Pollution blame game
Editorial: Pollution blame game
Society is built on a bedrock of pollution, of treating the world as an endless source of resources and a place where waste can constantly be...
EDITORIAL: Journalism is the antidote to state capture
EDITORIAL: Journalism is the antidote to state capture
Five years ago, Jacob Zuma had begun his second term as president. The Mail & Guardian newsroom was ready for it. How much worse could it...
Editorial: Outrage won’t end violence at schools
Editorial: Outrage won’t end violence at schools
Here is the thing: we South Africans we are reactionary. We are outraged by something this week and next week we are outraged by something else....
Editorial: Farewell, Ray Louw
Editorial: Farewell, Ray Louw
Raymond Louw was a bulwark of press freedom. He stood taller than most as the editor of the Rand Daily Mail who dared over and over again...
Editorial: Inequality in Cape’s unsafety
Editorial: Inequality in Cape’s unsafety
The Western Cape, and Cape Town in particular, is often called the most unequal places in the country. Whitewashed mansions cut into mountain sides...
Editorial: Hellbent on destruction
Editorial: Hellbent on destruction
The tug-of-war between reformists and the remnants of the rent-seeking faction in the ANC, the latter led by secretary general Ace Magashule, will...
Editorial: Cabinet picks boost gender equality
Editorial: Cabinet picks boost gender equality
"For the first time in our history, half of all ministers are women.”
Editorial: Juju’s words can hurt
Editorial: Juju’s words can hurt
“We are still cruising nicely, bana ba baloi [children of witches] are not happy. Go for kill, fighters, hit hard ...”
Editorial: Stop the rot in the African Union
Editorial: Stop the rot in the African Union
The African Union is supposed to be the pinnacle of governance in Africa. If so, this continent is in deep trouble.
Editorial: Nail the farm-flippers
Editorial: Nail the farm-flippers
As South Africans remain transfixed by political machinations, the hotbed issue of land has taken a back seat, for now.
Editorial: People of honour — Your time is now
Editorial: People of honour — Your time is now
The frequency with which the names “Zuma” and “Gupta” dripped off our lips is slowing down. Our most recent memories of Jacob Zuma may be...
Editorial: EFF must expect scrutiny
Editorial: EFF must expect scrutiny
On Tuesday evening, out of the blue, the Economic Freedom Fighters Gauteng provincial chairperson tweeted a bizarre attack on the Mail &...
Editorial: Aim for unity in diversity
Editorial: Aim for unity in diversity
What happens in South Africa in a week could keep foreign media occupied for a year, such is the pace and ferocity of events in this topsy-turvy...
Editorial: One last chance to do good for SA
Editorial: One last chance to do good for SA
Outside Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg last Sunday, the crowds of ANC supporters were buoyant. They wore their hope on the front of their...

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