EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Those critical of Mbeki statue are ‘unreformed apartheid apologists’, Durban mayor says
Purple Group shareholder reject about Mark Barnes's proposed fee, and SA should look at Finland's schooling system
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Eight statues of ANC leaders placed alongside a Durban highway have received poor reviews from ratepayers. And now the mayor plans to spend R20m on two more by the same artist.
Getting endorsed by Oprah, Jay-Z and Beyoncé did not help Hillary Clinton, Jacob Zuma's son Edward reminds President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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In a virtuous schooling cycle, such as Finland, education is a desirable career choice for top graduates. This allows for competitive entry requirements for teacher education programmes, which in turn allows for rigorous and challenging courses.
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Purple Group shareholders deducted a R2m fee the JSE-listed small cap's chair, Post Office CEO Mark Barnes, charged from his R2.3m remuneration.
Oh, very twitty
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Are all bad presidents wannabe pop singers?