JUSTICE MALALA: Going for a song — SA's politicians are embarrassingly cheap

The lack of ambition shown by our politicians is quite astonishing — selling their alleged integrity for mere millions

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JUSTICE MALALA: The humble chair a symbol of SA’s decline

Political chair throwing incident frightened DA delegates so much that their chairs were bolted to the floor. Say what you will about the DA, at least it ...

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JUSTICE MALALA: The Guptas must be laughing their hearts out

While the ANC eats itself up, no-one realises just how much has been looted — and continues to be. The evidence just keeps tumbling out the closet

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JUSTICE MALALA: Pop in if you’re politically pooped

Tired of taking pot shots at our political panjandrums? Pop in to the Pot Luck Club for a prandial pep up

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JUSTICE MALALA: Sushi that’s fit for a king

It’s been reported that Kenny Kunene has swapped eating off models for eating out of the trough

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JUSTICE MALALA: Service delivery at Rama’s

After a big shopping spree, it’s important to eat. Mercifully, the service delivery at Rama’s, unlike that of government, is quick

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Why Justice Malala wants to be Dudu Myeni when he grows up

This week’s Food for Thought column is free to read. Forget Nelson Mandela. Forget Mother Teresa. Of course they are great people. But me, I want to be Dudu ...

JUSTICE MALALA: How the Guptas sold their praise singer a dummy

Thinking of Manyi and the Guptas is enough to make one feel ill. But a trip to a little Japanese restaurant in Cape Town will revive the appetite

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JUSTICE MALALA: We are a joke on the global stage

Once upon a time, SA was a darling on the world stage and people valued our opinions. Today, we’ve squandered that grand legacy

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JUSTICE MALALA: Our new normal is what we should call it: mediocre

Do I sound negative? I apologise. You see, I don’t buy this rubbish that we all have to look on the bright side. Look around you and weep, people. It’s dire

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JUSTICE MALALA: Dubai: a home away from home

Dubai, it would seem, offers an exotic escape from the humdrum of life in SA — so much so that it’s become a firm favourite with SA leaders

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JUSTICE MALALA: The way we might have been

Every Cyril, Nkosazana and Lindiwe who thinks he or she has a fair shake at becoming ANC president is getting on a jet plane to the Eastern Cape

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JUSTICE MALALA: Go big, or go to Dubai

While the thought of a Zuma amnesty may make you want to run for the hills, The Big Mouth may give you a reason — or 105 of them — to stay

JUSTICE MALALA: There is a word for this sort of behaviour: spineless

J’Something’s new restaurant — like the SACP — could use a bit of consistency

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JUSTICE MALALA: After the party

The fare on offer at the ANC’s recent policy conference was about as inspired as the event — and the organisation — itself

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JUSTICE MALALA: ANC gala dinner brims with hypocrisy

From an ANC gala dinner brimming with hypocrisy — would anyone like another glass of Rupert & Rothschild Classique? — to hip and cool Parkhurst

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