EDITORIAL: EFF on terms as courts say ‘no more’
The truth cannot be relative, hostage to whoever shouts the loudest
It’s been a difficult week to be a South African. It’s not just the toxic politics and incoherent ramblings of ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule on quantitative easing. The 3.2% drop in GDP growth was a particularly bitter pill to swallow, because it felt like punishment for those who dared be swept up in Ramaphoria, and the talk of growth topping 2% this year.
But this was always going to be an incremental war, fought in the trenches, recovering a country almost stolen, metre by metre.