Local poultry producers have clearly proved that, despite many obstacles, they don’t need the regular import tariff increases that the government grants
The real tragedy in all of this is just how low the bar has been set by Cyril Ramaphosa
Journalists continue to pay the price for speaking truth to power
Now that we are well and truly into the regular SA thing called load-shedding, allow me to question the rationale behind the load-shedding schedule
Chris Roper’s column about DA leader John Steenhuisen’s trip to Ukraine was neither funny nor appropriate
Is there any valid reason to halt the building at this stage? What benefit will that bring to any person in Cape Town?
Ending the pandemic requires two things: mitigation and vaccination. As infections have soared, these things have become increasingly urgent
Telling us we’ll turn a R100 a month investment at 8% interest into R18,128 in 10 years’ time is fine in 2032’s money
Cultural and environmental concerns must trump private profits
The expected fifth wave of Covid is making its presence felt and medical experts are warning of the potentially dire consequences of a new variant
It’s interesting that the riots that destroyed millions of rands’ worth of pack houses, tractors and staff houses in Kirkwood, Eastern Cape, last week have not ...
Why the Liesbeek Leisure Properties Trust, the City of Cape Town, Western Cape government and Western Cape First Nations Collective have filed an appeal ...
The response to Covid by SA universities has taught aspiring professionals such as myself a crucial characteristic of success: self-reliance
The floods that have engulfed KwaZulu-Natal are an event worse than any in living memory in that province
Surely the relationship with Cuba is an ANC-only matter, as that political party benefited from it and, arguably, the nation as a whole did not?
With the SA Revenue Service having raked in an extra R314bn, it is, I suppose, too much to expect of the ANC to put a substantial portion of that additional ...
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