JUSTICE MALALA: We are becoming Zimbabweans

We have a crisis. Millions of unemployed young people on the streets is a recipe for explosion

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JUSTICE MALALA: For Ramaphosa the night of the long knives has to be immediate

If he is tentative in exercising his power at the start, in six months' time he will be distracted, cowed and losing the plot

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JUSTICE MALALA: No salvation in Big Man politics

Ramaphosa is a fine man, but neither he nor any other party leader on their own can save SA

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JUSTICE MALALA: Imagine that Ramaphosa suffers a bloody nose on May 8

If Ramaphosa suffers a bloody nose at the polls, the Magashule-Zuma crowd will try to get rid of him

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JUSTICE MALALA: Pass the buck (and the sick bag)

De Lille blamed the ANC and DA; Ramaphosa passed the ball to Mashaba; Mngxitama walked back on his North Korea claim

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JUSTICE MALALA: ANC is the gift that just won’t stop giving

If it’s not scandals about its secretary-general, Ace Magashule, looting the Free State government, then it’s the party’s horrifically compromised ...

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JUSTICE MALALA: A second colonisation is unfolding

The problem is so few of the people who now lead our nations are qualified to be in their positions, or to lead humanity

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JUSTICE MALALA: How bribery soured the American dream

If the poor start acting on the belief that the system is rigged we are all toast

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JUSTICE MALALA: The tragedy of the Zuma years

The former president’s 10-year kleptocracy may have derailed SA’s road to reconstruction and development permanently

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JUSTICE MALALA: Springtime for dictators

Want to murder your opponents or jail dissidents? Don’t worry, Trump’s your ally if you have an oil or property deal for him

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JUSTICE MALALA: The SACP’s power without responsibility

Where else is there a party that will not contest elections yet sits in the cabinet while holding a gun to everyone else’s head?

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JUSTICE MALALA: The jokers in parliament

Instead of focusing on our problems, there were calls for an inquiry into whether Ramaphosa was a sellout or not

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JUSTICE MALALA: Trumping the work ethic

The US president walked away while then speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan was explaining the health-care bill

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JUSTICE MALALA: Some of them need to go to jail

Corruption is the norm in the ANC. It is those who are not corrupt who are laughed at, who are mocked and disparaged

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JUSTICE MALALA: Don’t tell me it can’t happen here

Those who want nationalisation and expropriation say nothing about the failure of those policies in Zimbabwe and Venezuela

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JUSTICE MALALA: How we became cheapened by our heroes and liberators

What we are seeing is so coarse and cheap you just wonder how we will find our way back

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