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​Eskom will be fixed, service delivery improved, Ramaphosa promises at ANC 108

ANC president says only his party can improve lives, as Northern Cape residents lament their struggles in South Africa’s sparsest province

The Portfolio: Mxolisi Dolla Sapeta

"My narratives are fragmented, characters and objects isolated and stripped down."

Green justice for all

Dagga’s illegality here and in the United States was racist and the new cannabis industry doesn’t include those who were jailed for using it

Amakhosi chasing proud history

Kaizer Chiefs top the table in their 50th year, but there are some worrying mishaps that must be stamped out if they are to keep it that way

Our artistic herri-tage online

The viewer is in total control when navigating a website named after Herri the Strandloper, a soundmine of narratives and ideas

US-Iran crisis raises global tensions

EXPLAINER: What’s happening in the Middle East — and what does it mean for Africa?

Proteas have much to prove

The netball team want to show last year’s success was not fluke when they take on world’s best

Democratising financial participation

JSE chief executive Dr Leila Fourie details how the exchange is aiming to become more inclusive

Trump has markets on tweeterhooks

The markets fluctuated after Trump last week ordered the killing of Iran’s top military commander Qassem Soleiman

Slice of life: Consistency pays off

'I don’t believe there was any recipe to passing my matric'

Prosus in a tug of war for Just Eat

The South African company is aiming to build a food-delivery empire and already has investments in Brazil, India and Germany

Polluting power plant faces closure

The environment department has lost patience with Eskom’s defiance of air pollution regulations

ANC 108 lays bare Cyril’s failure

President Ramaphosa is in a disastrous position for someone elected the way he was and with enemies circling

Matric pass rate hides failures

Performance in critical subjects is declining and the number of passes at 30% is a sign of the shortage

Editorial: On media transparency

"We believe that M&G readers and staff have a right to know who owns this newspaper and how it is funded"

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Molefe blames Ramaphosa for Eskom’s woes in statement to Zondo commission

Brian Molefe guns for Cyril Ramaphosa, alleging that the president’s relationship with Glencore was only a ploy to siphon money out of Eskom

Zondo commission: Lynne Brown reportedly says ‘eish’ when told of Zuma’s alleged Eskom meddling

More allegations against Jacob Zuma put before the state capture commission, as the questions the former president will have to answer when he appears next week continue to stack up

Ingonyama Trust to get a new board ‘soon’

The ITB’s term ended about six months ago and the deadline to establish a new one has passed

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