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BARNEY MTHOMBOTHI: Make-or-break year for SA politics

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The complex reasons for SA’s organ donor shortage

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TOM EATON: New Year’s resolutions perfectly suited to SA in 2019

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In the Americas, Brexit-addled Britain, China and Africa, 2019 has begun very badly indeed

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JUSTICE MALALA: How much say will Russia have in SA’s 2019 elections?

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TONY LEON: Bigger picture says DA should ditch EFF in metros

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Inquiry to cast a wider net on PIC’s conduct

Commission has a broader scope and is empowered to probe any matter relevant to its work

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JOHN DLUDLU: Mildred Oliphant’s R2bn elephant in the SMME living room

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An R2bn fund for small, medium and micro-enterprises launched without pomp and ceremony at the end of 2018 may have ignorance of its existence as its first major hurdle

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THETO MAHLAKOANA: Home affairs cellphone ban a flimsy excuse for inefficiency

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A ban on cellphone use by staff while they are at work will not make the department 'more professional'

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