Coalitions in Joburg and Nelson Mandela Bay quickly broke down and/or were reorganised to suit the ends of the corrupt
To put forward unproven theories about the judiciary is unfortunate and dangerous
The ANC is unable to run local clinics, and state hospitals are in a disgraceful condition
There are too many examples where university is seen as the gateway to an easier career, and unfortunately no amount of theory will replace practical experience
Being free of political allegiance means they're free of the red tape of intraparty politics
The land reform process has been an expensive exercise, without tangible benefits
But by then it will be too late
When pundits criticise the DA, it’s usually because of the party’s own shortcomings, and not because they’re somehow trying to aid the plight of the (f)ailing ...
Makhura is likely to be elected deputy president of the ANC next year. He is an efficient administrator with an impressive track record
Will we ever convince the government that business is not an eternal cash cow?
The generation of trade policy remains the purview of government, exercised through several platforms, including bilateral and multilateral trade agreements
The recipients of our taxes themselves pay tax on their earnings, so there is a measure of double counting, not so?
As long as we consider other people in our daily dealings and treat them as we would wish to be treated ourselves, everything should be fine, no matter what we ...
We need fewer taxes so that there is nothing left to steal. Then maybe they will move on and we can truly begin to rebuild SA
The Steinhoff settlement offer should be scrapped, and Steinhoff’s management should defend the cases in court
The government must demonstrate competence and integrity before demanding more of its people
Ubuntu, as is so often claimed, is not a concept unique to Africa