Leaders

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...

Lesufi’s swift action laudable

26 January 2020 Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi ought to be commended for the swift way his department handled the tragic death of Enoch Mpianzi...

A dangerous kind of self-hate

19 January 2020 The burning of Kutlo-Tharo Second­ary School in the Vaal this week is indicative of a broader societal ma­laise – black people’s antipathy...

Exit of Eskom boss is welcome

12 January 2020 The long-overdue resignation of Ja­bu Mabuza as Eskom chairman has not aided the course to hold man­agement of South Africa’s embattled state-owned...

Let us all enjoy responsibly

15 December 2019 The end of 2019 is worthy to celebrate on many fronts, but also marks the end of what has been a tumultuous...

Clipping SAA’s wings right call

8 December 2019 The Cyril Ramaphosa presidency this week took its boldest decision yet when it placed beleaguered national carrier SAA under business rescue. The move...

SABC soapies on slippery slope

1 December 2019 The bright sparks at the SABC’s faulty towers confirmed a week after Sunday World broke the story about the demise of the...

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