Amid negative sentiment, President Cyril Ramaphosa is more, on evidence to date, Theresa May than Donald Trump, in the rhetoric versus reality stakes
All ANC candidates have to deliver on the mandates regarding expropriation without compensation and the nationalisation of the Reserve Bank
Given the circumstances we’re all aware of, and the fires he continues to fight, Ramaphosa’s cabinet seems to be a solid compromise
DA shadow minister of higher education Belinda Bozzoli expresses irritation at the singing and dancing inside the National Assembly as parliament rises
The Policy Analysis and Research Services unit will be key to the president achieving his objectives
Zuma’s legacy hangs thickly over the ANC, and its inability to hold him and his cohorts answerable for wrecking the state is one of the reasons it took a ...
Ebrahim Rasool bounces back to the Western Cape legislature
Voters have given the president and his party another chance
Uptick in support for the FF Plus is not the rise of the alt-right, as has been evident in the US and Brazil
The EFF has confirmed that it is, indeed, a government in waiting, and waiting, while it is now the end for Cope and the UDM
The promise of a new dawn is long gone, replaced by a cynical dark reality
SA cannot afford to have clueless officials running critical services
The phony spectacle of strangers pretending they know and care about voters’ aspirations will soon be over as the ANC stands divided
Calls for voters to give Ramaphosa a strong hand to institute reforms within the party and the country are bizarre
The stakes seem to be ramping up dramatically for Ipsos and the Institute of Race Relations ahead of the national elections
Fake news is an insidious modern invention, and the Indian election is feeling its effects; here at home, however, we have a winner, writes Charmain Naidoo
Changing the status quo of deeply entrenched graft starts at the ballot box
Instead of pushing ahead with projects such as the licensing of radio frequency spectrum and the promised aggressive infrastructure roll-out, the government ...
If you’re a disaffected white person, do you vote for the FF+?
Their lack of action adds to the culture of cover-ups and political complicity that has crippled the state, writes Ranjeni Munusamy
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