A bad week for Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula

She has refused to discuss the matter, or accept responsibility for the report’s failure to interview Collins Khosa’s family

A good week for Derek Hanekom

Hanekom will have to wait for his R500,000 as our resident vexatious litigant takes petty to a new level: in this case, the Constitutional Court

A bad week for Lesotho’s Tom Thabane

Never mind a bad week — it’s been a bad year for Tom Thabane, who’s vacating Lesotho’s prime ministerial office

A bad week for Phumelela CEO John Stuart

A handy R100m from Mary Oppenheimer Daughters Pty has saved Phumelela CEO John Stuart from a very bad week indeed

A bad week for Gareth Cliff

Is radio personality and former Idols judge Gareth Cliff threatening a revolution?

A good week for Zweli Mkhize

It was gratifying to see health minister Zweli Mkhize swoop in and read Nelson Mandela Bay health MEC Sindiswa Gomba the riot act

A bad week for Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

The last person you want in the room when you’re dealing with an economic meltdown is a bureaucrat with a love for pointless regulations

A bad week for Ace Magashule

He remains determined to wade into waters where those more able may hesitate to dip a toe

A bad week for Fikile Mbalula

The relaxation of lockdown regulations for taxi operators is arbitrary, potentially fatal and ridden with double standards

A good week for Tito Mboweni

Finance minister Tito Mboweni now has President Cyril Ramaphosa’s backing to reform SA’s badly listing economy

A good week for Dr Anthony Fauci

As the head of the US National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases, he’s been the voice of sanity

A good week for Zweli Mkhize

Health minister Zweli Mkhize has been deservedly praised for how he has dealt with the Covid-19 pandemic. He has been calm, clear and factual right from the ...

A good week for Cyril Ramaphosa

It’s hard to overstate the importance of the ruling this week, in which a full bench of the high court overturned the report, by bumbling public protector ...

A good week for Eskom’s André de Ruyter

Eskom CEO André de Ruyter braved the storm and faced the EFF last week. It was an astute move, prompting Julius Malema to extend an olive branch to De Ruyter

A bad week for Discovery’s Adrian Gore

Extending Discovery’s behavioural model beyond the health-care sector, like building a cost-intensive bank, is proving testing

A bad week for Julius Malema

Malema wants us to have pity on Zuma, saying he is too old to go to prison. The law does not make provision for pity or for age