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Poor lives matter too

5 April 2020 In an opinion expressed on this space last week, we came short of predict­ing that government will misman­age the social distancing required...

Don’t put our lives at risk

29 March 2020 Behind the very idea of a lockdown is the importance of social dis­tancing – something we, as a country, ought to uniformly...

Being critical is not unpatriotic

22 March 2020 One of the best things to come out of the outbreak of coronavirus in our country is our unity of purpose, though,...

Mbalula’s insult to the nation

15 March 2020 Transport minister Fikile Mbalula’s comments this week that the Zon­do Commission of Inquiry into State Capture “is a place for everybody to...

Eskom: De Ruyter’s treacherous path

8 March 2020 At the time of this appointment, Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter in­spired confidence, hitting all the right notes by promising to bring...

How ready are we for coronavirus?

1 March 2020 The first confirmed coronavirus case in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, should serve as a wake-up call to our government to get...

We no longer set bar high for leaders

23 February 2020 As a country, we have such a belea­guered relationship with sexual violence and abuse. This week, jailed rap artist Pitch Black Afro...

Acting on Sona promises will be positive step for SA

16 February 2020 The release of Nelson Mandela from prison 30 years ago was akin to the fall of the Berlin Wall three months earlier. It...

What informs the cancellation of SAA Durban route?

9 February 2020 Let us get the common cause facts out of the way quickly: SAA, a state-owned entity that is supposed to be a...

Suffer the children in death traps

2 February 2020 The accident this week in Vanderb­jlpark, which saw 19 children injured when a minibus they were travelling in overturned, has once again...

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