It almost feels like we are back in the Jacob Zuma era, when arrogance in the face of wrongdoing was par for the course for the governing party, and no ...
What is revealing is that despite the ANC’s so-called remorse over corruption in its ranks, it remains unwilling or, more likely, unable to act
Unions, for their part, run the risk of rendering themselves irrelevant if they remain locked in ideological fortresses.
Mkhwebane is not the only member of the Zuma cult who is rapidly running out of road — another is the Twitter-happy Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina
SA’s real test is yet to come — and if it fails to meet the challenge, the blame will lie with all of us
She now faces a stark risk — each judgment against her (and there are already many) further confirms that she is pursuing a nefarious agenda, and each adds to ...
The government’s gambit is an extremely clever one, and President Cyril Ramaphosa has made Mboweni point man for it, rather than the minister of public service ...
We have new brooms in key posts, including the presidency, but precious little to show for it in the number of state capture prosecutions
Ramaphosa’s state of the nation address and the aftermath — the parliamentary debate on the address — show that he is now firmly in the party’s crosshairs
Whatever Ramaphosa announces in his Sona will mean little unless his words are matched with action
How the ANC handles the motion to remove public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will be a key indication of whether it has learnt from its past mistakes in ...
There are serious allegations against Cyril Ramaphosa’s ministers which, if true, are contrary to the clean-up ticket he campaigned on
The malcontents of the ANC’s fightback faction, with their nostalgia for state capture, are hobbling the party’s efforts to fix the economy
As Ramaphosa looks more and more like a leader who cannot lead, his deputy, David Mabuza, is trying to position himself as someone who can
The company that devastated Sars and played a key role in plotting state capture may find itself having to answer a few difficult questions
Two of the leading figures in the anti-Ramaphosa fightback group, Ace Magashule and Busisiwe Mkhwebane, could be at their most dangerous now
In a week of blackouts and bleak news, it’s hard to get too excited about the ‘sacrifices’ announced in the ministerial handbook
The DA’s woes in Joburg provide the ANC with opportunities to woo smaller parties away from the bosom of the official opposition