Opinion

Letters to the editor: November 17 to 23 2017
Letters to the editor: November 17 to 23 2017
When the Truth and Reconciliation Commission offered amnesty to anyone who had committed “grave violations of human rights” — defined by...
As skittles topple in Zim and Angola, is Zuma navel-gazing?
As skittles topple in Zim and Angola, is Zuma navel-gazing?
Wednesday. Durban’s air has that silent, before-the-storm feel to it. I’m gagging for a swim in the surf. The easterly that’s been howling...
Editorial: Sit down, Lynne Brown
Editorial: Sit down, Lynne Brown
In her position as the public enterprises minister, Lynne Brown is not an appointee of the people of South Africa. Instead she was selected by and...
Zimbabwe can learn from Ghana’s political and economic success
Zimbabwe can learn from Ghana’s political and economic success
There is a personal story I share with my children and staff by way of saying never be shy of conflict: no storming, no norming, no performing....
How to publish a fees report
How to publish a fees report
Dear Fees Commission,
A letter from a Zimbabwean observing the unthinkable
A letter from a Zimbabwean observing the unthinkable
The unthinkable has happened in Zimbabwe. After a day of fake news and hyped up versions of reality, of military tanks spotted around the capital,...
What we know so far of the events of the military take-over in Zimbabwe
What we know so far of the events of the military take-over in Zimbabwe
The events taking place in Zimbabwe, though still fluid and murky, represent the breaking of the umbilical chord between President Robert Mugabe...
What the hijacking of South Africa's Treasury means for the economy
What the hijacking of South Africa's Treasury means for the economy
South Africa has been rocked by news that...
Why South Africans should be worried by ANC talk of a 'colour revolution'
Why South Africans should be worried by ANC talk of a 'colour revolution'
The term “colour revolution” has recently found its way into South Africa’s political vocabulary. The evocative phrase is increasingly cropping...
Are South Africa's anti-corruption crusaders racist?
Are South Africa's anti-corruption crusaders racist?
In the last few weeks, more attention has been focused on South African President Jacob Zuma than usual because of the release of an explosive new book — 'The...
Voluntourism: What’s wrong with it and how it can be changed
Voluntourism: What’s wrong with it and how it can be changed
Volunteer tourism, or voluntourism, is an emerging trend of travel...
Editorial: Let’s cool our heels as we gather facts
Editorial: Let’s cool our heels as we gather facts
Extreme situations beget extreme responses, and sometimes that is to the good. We cannot, we must not, act as if everything is normal while...
Editorial: Report #MeToo with care
Editorial: Report #MeToo with care
It seemed to begin with reports of sexual assault by Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, continued by singer and former MP Jennifer Ferguson’s...

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