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JUSTICE MALALA: Misogyny lies behind the bullying of Busisiwe Mavuso

Parliament’s Scopa chair and public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan are shamed in their attack on a woman who tells it like it is about the mess at Eskom

JUSTICE MALALA: The ANC’s election of corruption-accused leaders shows its true character

The party's manifesto of 1999 vowed to root out corruption, nepotism and bribery, but was promptly ignored

JUSTICE MALALA: Why the opposition in SA needs to wake up, fast

Despite years of misrule, the other parties have been unable to shake the ANC out of its complacency

JUSTICE MALALA: Hot air or tangible reality — investors know the difference

If potential investors — domestic and international — see actions, they will offer rewards, as Moody’s just did

JUSTICE MALALA: Why Operation Dudula won’t go away

The antiforeigner genie is out the bottle, thanks to our incompetent, slothful, corrupt and uncaring government

JUSTICE MALALA: Dlamini, Mkhize and Sisulu – the true faces of the ANC

Scoundrels are not only made to feel welcome in the governing party, they are celebrated

JUSTICE MALALA: Why Ramaphosa’s Russian ‘mediation’ mission will fail

By not facing up to the truth about Putin, the ANC is coddling a dictator — just as it did with Mugabe

JUSTICE MALALA: The fundamental mistake Gwede Mantashe made in 2007

ANC leaders thought they could stop the Zuma rot and save ‘the movement’. They were wrong

JUSTICE MALALA: Ramaphosa’s new brooms must sweep

His new appointments must work, or else we will continue to lie awake in our beds, afraid of another July

JUSTICE MALALA: Remember when the budget was fact, not fiction?

Godongwana’s budget either supports the political programme outlined by Ramaphosa on February 10, or we will continue to flounder

JUSTICE MALALA: Cyril stands up, then slides again

Just a few days after his Sona speech, the president started walking back on his pronouncements

JUSTICE MALALA: Why ActionSA can’t be allowed to fail

The party’s stance on immigration is deplorable, but now more than ever, we need a strong, co-operative and vibrant opposition

JUSTICE MALALA: Xenophobia – the dangerous x-rated show on repeat in SA

Our 'political leaders' have not learnt from history and can offer nothing original to help the country

JUSTICE MALALA: What the Ramaphosa-Sisulu fiasco means for SA

Even by Ramaphosa’s own reckoning, the ANC is imploding and taking us all down with it

JUSTICE MALALA: How BLSA risked its reputation on Bain

The business body’s premature readmission of Bain was damaging, but at least the firm has now fallen on its sword

JUSTICE MALALA: 11 key risks for SA in 2022

From the repercussions of the Zondo commission report to the havoc caused by Covid, there are many areas of concern