JUSTICE MALALA: The myth of ‘military intelligence’

While internal feuding consumes all the ANC’s attention, more successful countries are vaccinating their people

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JUSTICE MALALA: Speak truth before it’s too late

We are once again at an inflection point: the forces that were threatening SA under Jacob Zuma are back in full force

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JUSTICE MALALA: Habib, Malema and the creeping fascism of the EFF

Absurd as it is, the campaign against Adam Habib is the manifestation of a dangerous trend threatening us all

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JUSTICE MALALA: Why the ANC doesn’t know what it doesn’t know

The world has become a menacing place. Listening to some of our populist leaders, one despairs at the level of their ignorance

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JUSTICE MALALA: Why Tito’s budget could unravel

Internal ANC power dynamics could lead to messy compromises that would undo the new realism on economic policy

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JUSTICE MALALA: Where the ANC’s slippery slide began

After Holomisa was kicked out for blowing the whistle the ANC became corrupted from top to bottom and has never recovered

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JUSTICE MALALA: Death by the president’s thousand committees

It seems whenever there is a problem the president appoints an advisory council — and there are problems everywhere

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JUSTICE MALALA: Zuma’s forked tongue brigade

Zuma and his tea party acolytes are saying the past 27 years of democracy have been a sham: they want a new constitution

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JUSTICE MALALA: SOEs and the big turnaround lie

The problem with our parastatals is the shareholder: it hasn’t the will or the backbone to take the tough decisions

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JUSTICE MALALA: Vaccine queue jumpers are corrupt

Business should join those who are calling out vaccine makers signing lucrative deals with nations hoarding extra supplies

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JUSTICE MALALA: What if Cyril Ramaphosa resigns?

The president says he will step down if he is charged with corruption. If that happens, the ANC will probably collapse

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JUSTICE MALALA: Mute Africa must grow a spine

The continent’s voice on human rights is quiet on China and it says nothing as the US president flouts democratic norms

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JUSTICE MALALA: The year of big man gone loco

Our politics, like the virus, is a long-term game with ups and downs; ignore the noise and frustration and look ahead

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JUSTICE MALALA: Vusi Mavimbela’s memoir reveals madness of Zuma’s administration

Mavimbela’s gripping description of the madness of the Zuma administration makes this book a buy for me

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JUSTICE MALALA: Is the ANC just rubbish with money?

ANC leaders seem to think money grows on trees but unless they wise up, another downgrade is inevitable

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JUSTICE MALALA: Ace’s arrest: time to celebrate

Ramaphosa may finally now find the space to implement a reform agenda

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