At what price do we continue living in SA? I used to be a positive South African. Now I’ve realised: who am I kidding?
It’s no wonder SA is said to be the most unequal society on earth
At such a critical time, it seems grossly negligent to even consider selling substantial electricity to Hillside to refine a commodity that is imported
Things have gone from bad to worse, which raises questions about the calibre of Eskom’s ‘war room’ and its understanding of this industry
The Hawks and the NPA constitute twin structures that have not been — and will never be — fit for countering grand corruption, state capture and kleptocracy in ...
I read of illicit tobacco sales, rampant corruption and complete inefficiency, and wonder why Sars sees me as a criminal
Wouldn’t it be nice to judge the successes of the ‘superhero’ CEOs, by how the companies’ share prices fare in the years following their departure?
My own experience of the self-payment gap and the co-payment is that they are used as mechanisms to reduce medical aid cover, to the detriment of members
Our economy is in a mess; corruption and incompetence have robbed us of a future
We have always tried to source and manufacture everything in SA, thereby providing much-needed local employment
Rob Rose correctly questions the ethics of the medical aid industry and the effectiveness of the Council for Medical Schemes
Why do we continue to hand over R50.3bn in taxes to the SA Customs Union when we collect only R52.7bn on customs duties?
Despite finance minister Tito Mboweni’s benign budget, SA is on borrowed time
We cannot afford to let our panic to keep the lights on overshadow the need to scrutinise our energy future, especially when we’re importing power
These acts are propelling the country into an abyss of darkness. They constitute an assault on our democracy
As a pensioner, I need to maintain medical aid membership in case of serious illness or injury. In the meanwhile, I remain a mugging victim
We need to corporatise most of the country’s institutions