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The ugly face of Beautiful City
The ugly face of Beautiful City
On a small blanket laid on the tarred ground in Village Deep in southern Johannesburg, a man shuffles a deck of cards and shares them with a group...
Why South Africa is the world’s most unequal society
Why South Africa is the world’s most unequal society
The label is used so often it runs the risk of monotony. But a new report sheds light on the full, multidimensional nightmare of South...
Tough work ahead to fix the economy
Tough work ahead to fix the economy
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni on Wednesday likened the state of the economy to an aloe ferox plant that has gone through a harsh winter season,...
Despite her withdrawal, Ramaphosa still wants ConCourt to hear Mkhwebane’s appeal
Despite her withdrawal, Ramaphosa still wants ConCourt to hear Mkhwebane’s appeal
Despite the public protector withdrawing her appeal against the interim interdict of her South African Revenue Service (Sars) “rogue unit”...
SA’s dirty, dangerous habit
SA’s dirty, dangerous habit
Remember the Bulelani Ngcuka debacle? That was when, in 2003, accusations that he had been an apartheid spy issued from the Jacob Zuma camp and led...
Public Protector won’t oppose Ramaphosa’s interdict application in Bosasa matter
Public Protector won’t oppose Ramaphosa’s interdict application in Bosasa matter
Public Protector advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane will not be opposing President Cyril Ramaphosa’s application for an urgent interim interdict on her...
Mkhwebane hits back at Gordhan accusing him of a campaign to remove her
Mkhwebane hits back at Gordhan accusing him of a campaign to remove her
The Public Protector has hit back at Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, saying he must produce evidence that she is corrupt or engaged in...
Prasa eyes iced company for its billions
Prasa eyes iced company for its billions
The 70 new locomotives were meant to pull carriages full of people and goods around South Africa. The billions of rands spent on them were part of...
Under-pressure cement sector wants tariffs
Under-pressure cement sector wants tariffs
Local cement producers are making submissions to the International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (Itac) to impose tariffs on...
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: 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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