Opinion

Charmza: The International Criminal Court

  The International Criminal Court (ICC) has often come under attack for seemingly targeting leaders outside of the West and especially Africans. Indeed there has...

Moegoe: US President Joe Biden

We are not for ageism, far from it, but some people who should know better, for old age is supposed to make people wiser,...

The fight against corruption has given workers new hope – Cosatu

South Africa’s painful experiences with state capture and corruption are well known and need little relitigating. The decade of state capture cost South Africa and...

Charmza: Penny Penny

Limpopo-based artist Penny Penny showed a strong will and independent mindedness when he stood his ground against the might of the ANC’s top brass...

Moegoe: George building collapse

How did it come about that a construction project of the magnitude of the Gearge development can be such end up in such chaos?...

Charmza: The SABC

So, the DA depicts our national flag burning in an advert in an attempt to score cheap political points. Then the blue brigade, who think...

Moegoe of the week: The DA

And there we were all thinking the DA stood for Democratic Alliance. The madam’s party has over the years proved it cares little for...

Charmza: Mamelodi Sundowns  

Masandawana are the undisputed domestic league champions, for the seventh time on the trot.   Theirs is proof just how far professionalism and hard work can...

Sound leadership at all levels is what SA needs now 

South Africa is a high potential country with an abundance of neglected human talent and natural resources. This has caused many people to demand...

Will second coming of Mbeki save the ANC as it seeks...

Former president Thabo Mbeki for a long time has been operating in the quiet, mostly in the background, keeping a low political profile.  His demise...

Moegoe: Rulani Mokwena 

The tjatjarag Mini Pep of Mzansi football must not allow the success he is enjoying at Mamelodi Sundowns as head coach to go to...

Struggles of workers still the same as people’s 

It was May Day, also known as Workers’ Day, on Wednesday yet many would be forgiven for their need to be reminded or even...

Moegoe Of The Week: Trinity International Bible University

The liking of freebies and easy honours by eminent people of our country has made them the biggest joke once again. This after it emerged...

Memoir that begged to get penned 

The year 1976 was in many ways a watershed year for the putrid politics of apartheid South Africa, and the carving of a new...

The long history of black community neglect has left a deep,...

The Springboks’ 2020 Laureus World Sports Awards demonstrate that sport, like nature, is a wonderful metaphor for business.  Springboks, winning the Team of the Year...

Charmza: Esther Mahlangu

This week the University of South Africa added a special feather to the already colourful hat of global art icon Esther Mahlangu.   The 88-year-old, whose...

Moegoe: USA

The US bullies have no limit because they have been allowed to get their way for too long, even on matters that have nothing...

South Africa, a country at crossroads needs new leadership fit for...

The tenure of Jacob Zuma as president of South Africa and the ANC has exposed and laid bare the hidden dominant culture and values...

Charmza: Eskom  

Charmza: Eskom   We have noted the disappearance of loadshedding for the past two weeks, a commendable step in the right direction.   After a year of huffing...

Moegoe: Desiree Ellis 

Moegoe: Desiree Ellis  Under the leadership of coach Desiree Ellis, Banyana Banyana failed to qualify for the Olympic Games. Not once, but twice. Also, not...

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