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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...
ANC haunted by failure but opposition can’t relax
ANC haunted by failure but opposition can’t relax
The ANC’s manifesto has me flipping between a desire to examine each idea in it carefully without regard for the ANC’s record in government and...
State capture should be seen as an act of treason
State capture should be seen as an act of treason
“The attempt to take over or overthrow the government” and “betrayal of trust”. These are a handful of definitions of “treason” found...
The ANC must offer more than promises to win over South Africans
The ANC must offer more than promises to win over South Africans
Launching the governing ANC's 2019 general election manifesto in South Africa, President Cyril Ramaphosa lauded the successes of the last 25 years...
The state capture spectacle is back
The state capture spectacle is back
The commission of inquiry into state capture is set to reconvene this week after proceedings came to an abrupt end last December. And, with an...
DA considering legal action against ANC for “stolen” slogan
DA considering legal action against ANC for “stolen” slogan
On Friday, the Democratic Alliance (DA) issued a statement saying it intended to serve the ANC with a cease and desist letter to stop them using...
ANC is playing it safe in the Western Cape
ANC is playing it safe in the Western Cape
The ANC in the Western Cape will choose President Cyril Ramaphosa to be the face of its campaign to wrest control from the Democratic Alliance in...
Msimanga distances himself from appointment of 'unqualified' acting city manager
Msimanga distances himself from appointment of 'unqualified' acting city manager
Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga has distanced himself from the appointment of Previn Govender as acting city manager.
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,...
Watershed political wars lie ahead
Watershed political wars lie ahead
The year 2018 was one of high political drama. There was the recall of former president Jacob Zuma and the unravelling of the state capture project...
Need for reparations still with us
Need for reparations still with us
One of the biggest limitations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was its failure to provide redress or reparations for the victims...

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