JUSTICE MALALA: Nostalgia is hard to beat

Memories of Jo’burg in the 1970s, and particularly the old Fontana and Zoo Lake picnics, come rushing back with a visit to a Linden restaurant

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JUSTICE MALALA: White monopoly capital behind Cape storms. Really?

Patient customers and excellent food at Thai restaurant help to dispel indigestion after outburst about Cape storms and white monopoly capital

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JUSTICE MALALA: Old Italy with a fresh spin

Perhaps the Guptas should take a break from this state capture business and go soak up the sun in Tshwane — that would be money well spent

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JUSTICE MALALA: The way we used to eat

Finding a link between feasting in a rural Limpopo village and dining out at a renowned city restaurant in cosmopolitan Cape Town

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JUSTICE MALALA: Zuma the Unready

Things tend to go awry when you aren’t properly prepared for the task at hand. Ask Jacob Zuma’s government. Or a certain restaurant in Sandton

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JUSTICE MALALA: Here’s a tip: trust the locals

Whether it’s about food or something else, they aren’t always right; but when they are, they are spot on. If they say it’s time for Zuma to go, he will

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JUSTICE MALALA: Everyone’s running, so why shouldn’t I?

Like Mbete, I have nothing to offer. But unlike Cyril I am declaring here and now that I am ready to run. ANC members, take me, I am yours

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JUSTICE MALALA: Asleep at the wheel

Despite the turmoil in the country, Jacob Zuma is sleeping soundly. As is most of Mpumalanga, it seems. Luckily, a small country inn in Waterval Onder is open ...

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JUSTICE MALALA: More of a joker than an ace

The Free State premier needs to pay attention to his province, where he has set the bar so low that even the restaurant food is unappetising

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JUSTICE MALALA: A cut above the tosh

In a time of hot air and inanity, the Turn ’n Tender restaurant chain seems to offer more value and reliability than your average politician

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JUSTICE MALALA: Junk status, not junk food

Despite what the comrades say, SA’s downgrade is no laughing matter. But a decent pizza and chilled white wine will help take the edge off

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JUSTICE MALALA: An appetising alternative

At a small eatery where posters adorn the walls and lighting is minimal, the menu offers visitors some unexpected flavours

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JUSTICE MALALA: Forget Noakes folks, dig in

Some call it the township hamburger, but the kota, filling and delicious, is better than that. You can get them in many variations all over Gauteng

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JUSTICE MALALA: Eat before you tweet

Why don’t Mmusi Maimane and DA Federal Council chair James Selfe wrestle Helen Zille down and take her smartphone away from her?

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JUSTICE MALALA: How Jamie opened my eyes

I was intimidated by cookbooks and their minute measurements. Along came Oliver and his ‘pinch of this and smidgen of that’

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JUSTICE MALALA: A rum affair

Zuma has saddled SA with some lame duck ministers. But at least our restaurant scene is untouched by cabinet’s incompetence

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