There was a time when it was considered juvenile to include emojis in a cellphone SMS or WhatsApp message. This is no longer the case — and doing so may ...
Social injustice was one of the factors that led to World War 1. We need a new proactive compact to make our economy and society more resilient — or risk the ...
Society is already so fragile that democracy and peace are hanging by a thread. Eskom’s failures could snap it
Former chief justice's Phala Phala panel may have erred in its findings on all four alleged transgressions by Cyril Ramaphosa
There was plenty of acclaim for Enoch Godongwana after his medium-term budget. But do his warnings about the SRD grant reflect the country’s constitutional ...
It’s clear that with anger rising, SA needs to invest in its biggest resource. The example of Rwanda shows how it could be done differently
We need to build self-reliant, sustainable communities. That can only come from a shift in thinking
Much vitriol was expended over FW de Klerk’s final video — but used properly, this is a chance to deal with our demons
A one-off tax, as controversial as it may be, needn’t mean that those who’ve been left behind can just sit back and relax
While the new Africa free trade agreement has much promise, start-ups hoping to benefit need to approach it with caution
The plan to end the Covid distress grant on April 30 might save some money but it could lead to widespread anger against the government
Just announcing a 76% pass rate means nothing if the real proficiency in schools isn’t helping SA become a better place
As load-shedding strikes again, SA needs to move on from complaining about the hapless Eskom to finding solutions
If there’s one thing this year has taught us, it’s that leadership matters. The trick is finding real leaders
I am sorry to pester you with another letter — but I thought if I didn’t approach you, history may judge us harshly
When Julius Malema took the oath as a parliamentarian, he swore to uphold SA’s laws. As Clicks burns, does he remember this?
If President Cyril Ramaphosa wants to get more people to buy in, he needs to embrace ubuntu
We need to remember that rules have to be reasonable – in the court of public opinion too
Our Covid-19 response is hurting some more than others. This is the time to address that inequality
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