EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Police perpetuate the myth of the ‘lifestyle audit’ being useful
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Three Necsa executives have been placed on special leave amid massive daily losses after safety concerns prompted the regulator to order a shutdown.
The new police commissioner is punting lifestyle audits for members. But where have these ever worked?
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Hanna Ziady looks beneath Dubai’s splendor, reporting that those working in the city say pay is passport-based, even among the well-educated, so that, for instance, US citizens and Britons earn more than South Africans, who in turn earn more than Indians.
Daniel Silke notes that in a remarkable flash-forward, the ANC has split and the SACP now occupies an independent role, having shed its alliance links, to mobilise its own electoral support.
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Multichoice chairperson Nolo Letele defends 2013 meeting with SABC, as Naspers’s major shareholders keep watch.