Editorials

Editorial: Small step to stifle abuse
Editorial: Small step to stifle abuse
This week we learnt that possibly thousands of vulnerable minors detained while crossing into the United States were allegedly sexual molested by...
Editorial: Our worthy flag-bearers
Editorial: Our worthy flag-bearers
Why are we suddenly supporting Banyana Banyana? A year ago or so, you might have only caught the names of Portia Modise or Amanda Dlamini at the...
Editorial: New dollar may be too late for Zim
Editorial: New dollar may be too late for Zim
Since abandoning the gold standard, most modern currencies are based on trust.
Editorial: ANC’s tiny step on abuse
Editorial: ANC’s tiny step on abuse
For an organisation that fought for a nonracist, nonsexist South Africa, and that is now in power and thus able to make policy to build a transformed nation, the ANC is woefully lacking in policy on sexual harassment....
Editorial: Our moment of reckoning is now
Editorial: Our moment of reckoning is now
There’s a universally accepted joy in being a child. Or at least, there should be. Perhaps the only aspect that can compete with the wonder that...
Editorial: The politics of bullshit
Editorial: The politics of bullshit
The Economic Freedom Fighters once made a stab at intellectual credibility. Perhaps smarting from the comments about leader Julius Malema’s poor...
Editorial: The sad fact is the state is ripe for picking
Editorial: The sad fact is the state is ripe for picking
In his book Lost in Transformation: South Africa’s Search for a New Future since 1986, Professor Sampie Terreblanche censured the ANC...
Editorial: Oil find a mixed blessing
Editorial: Oil find a mixed blessing
The oceans cover 71% of the Earth. They seem infinite; the kind of place it’s possible to dump waste, endlessly harvest fish and drill for...
Editorial: Wealthy must pay their taxes and cut the crap
Editorial: Wealthy must pay their taxes and cut the crap
The Mail & Guardian remains an equal opportunity connoisseur of the silliness of politicians. ANC politicians, bless their Bosasa-Gupta-shaped hearts, continue to provide us with enough evidence that silliness is still a prerequisite for public office....
Editorial: PIC wakes up at last
Editorial: PIC wakes up at last
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) executive for listed investments, Fidelis Madavo, was suspended just before he was to appear at the...
Editorial: United States puts the global order at risk
Editorial: United States puts the global order at risk
There was a time, not so long ago, when the United States regularly made and unmade political leaders in Latin America, an area of the world that...
Editorial: Corruption in politics and business kills people
Editorial: Corruption in politics and business kills people
When people are corrupt, other people die. This is not how politicians and companies like to talk. Instead, words such as “chowing” have...
Editorial: Big-man politics again blots out the Congolese
Editorial: Big-man politics again blots out the Congolese
According to the United Nations, more than 800 000 people have fled the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for safety elsewhere in Africa. A...
Editorial: We are not so free that we can afford to relax
Editorial: We are not so free that we can afford to relax
Since the ANC’s national elective conference at Nasrec in December 2017, the party has made all the right noises about stamping out corruption,...

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