JUSTICE MALALA: Our house is on fire

Mboweni is not alone in panicking about the economy. His deputy’s message is equally stark: we are on the verge of disaster

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JUSTICE MALALA: Joburg: a city mired in filth

Why can’t the commercial capital of this country – regardless of who is in charge – keep its streets clean?

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JUSTICE MALALA: The end of a wasted year

The leaders we encouraged to do more and better seem lesser leaders, and diminished, despite a fresh mandate in May

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JUSTICE MALALA: Act fast or ‘die poppe sal dans’

Eskom has to load-shed for eight months and lay off 15,000 staff, and its finances have to be fixed urgently by the new CEO

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JUSTICE MALALA: Sell the SOEs

Our leaders are not capable of running anything as sophisticated as an airline, a power utility or a water board

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JUSTICE MALALA: Zumaites in the crosshairs

Many of those who are about to face the music allege there is a conspiracy against them by Pravin Gordhan and Cyril Ramaphosa

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JUSTICE MALALA: Tech titans greedy and shockingly stupid

Ethically tone-deaf tech titans Uber and Netflix betray a lack of scruples, which suggests they will do anything for money

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JUSTICE MALALA: Blow the whistle at your peril

My friend was exposed to the very people he accused of malfeasance and now he faces a trumped-up investigation

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JUSTICE MALALA: Why the ANC is so corrupt

A large rump of the party sees the law as its enemy. Even more chilling is that a big part of our society seems to agree

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JUSTICE MALALA: The ANC should fire Mantashe

Why are the ANC and the president so quiet after Mantashe’s admission that he paid journalists to suppress a story?

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JUSTICE MALALA: Why the corrupt vilify Gordhan

Those besmirching Gordhan are afraid institutions destroyed under Zuma have been revived and are going after them

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JUSTICE MALALA: New dawn too bright for some

Zuma gave the DA and EFF plenty of political fodder, but since Ramaphosa took over they have been stumbling in confusion

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JUSTICE MALALA: Act, Mr President

There are things Ramaphosa can do that are not dependent on his ANC problems and that can help restore confidence in SA

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JUSTICE MALALA: State’s shady sinecures

The result of the ANC’s appointment policy is that political hacks and shysters have become board members of our SOEs

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JUSTICE MALALA: Why SA can’t get on top of crime

There has been no leadership in the police for 10 solid years. This is why we are where we are today

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JUSTICE MALALA: Where were SA’s intelligence agencies?

Do our intelligence agencies even know how to respond to the dark side of the web and the spread of fake images?

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