JUSTICE MALALA: When future leaders scare off investors

Maybe, as usual, Malema is making it all up as he goes along and he’ll apologise soon, as he did for saying he’d kill for Zuma

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JUSTICE MALALA: Zuma’s motley crew sold us down the river

A trip to a dying town on the banks of the Vaal serves as a depressing reminder of the legacy left by the Zuma administration

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JUSTICE MALALA: The sad state of our opposition parties

SA’s opposition politics is enough to drive one to drink. Luckily, there’s a fine establishment in Pretoria that will allow you to indulge

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JUSTICE MALALA: Definition of African renaissance

Naysayers are a dime a dozen, in politics and in life, but such an amazing restaurant with such stunning food is as rare as a patient South African

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JUSTICE MALALA: That spot of bother on 4th

Just when you thought service delivery issues couldn’t get any worse, a new slow food eatery — very slow — opens in Joburg

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JUSTICE MALALA: Good luck boys and girls

When you’re young you can afford to bravely hand the crown jewels to political players to manage for you

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JUSTICE MALALA: Recollections of a gourmet

It gets difficult to review restaurants when everyone cooks at home these days, but a glorious chiffon cake saves the day

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JUSTICE MALALA: Uncowed by corruption

The doings of Jacob Zuma and Supra Mahumapelo seem to be so never-ending that we almost have to admire their stamina

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JUSTICE MALALA: What bad news will come next?

Supra Mahumapelo should pack his bags and go. He has run the North West into the ground

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JUSTICE MALALA: Playing politics in Winnie’s name

Every Tom, Julius and Cyril has had something to say. But sometimes all you need to celebrate complexity is a beer and a platter of meat

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JUSTICE MALALA: SA has its woes, but it could be worse

Malema and Maimane should positively exploit the democratic space — win an election before Jacob Zuma returns

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JUSTICE MALALA: What does Ramaphosa want — tourists or Gigaba?

If Sevruga’s feat of feeding hundreds of hungry Germans in one sitting is anything to go by, we shouldn’t struggle to up our tourism numbers

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JUSTICE MALALA: Sadly, Saigon Suzy got it wrong

In spite of an initial rave review, a second visit showed up a complete lack of care for customers

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JUSTICE MALALA: Shaun made a meal of it

Much disappointment has been served up over the past 10 years of trying to put Jacob Zuma on trial, but the final course should be sweet

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JUSTICE MALALA: A kota without polony? Oh dear

The Enterprise polony saga is no joke and has robbed millions of a cheap, much-loved meal

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JUSTICE MALALA: Bye-bye Bathabile

Poor Cyril — he wins the presidency, but a bunch of deadbeats are part of the package

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