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Take a leaf from Telkom

14 December 2014 15:00

In the past, Telkom was a problem child in the state’s portfolio of public enterprises.

It all points to Number 1

7 December 2014 15:01

You attest to receiving R1 million from a Mafia don and a minister has to write you a letter asking you to resign from a public board.

Auctioning off our history

7 December 2014 15:00

This week, Clive and Susan Steele tried to auction, for profit, the autopsy reports of struggle leader Steve Biko and anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol.

The land of impunity

30 November 2014 15:00

Think of what would happen if you, dear City Press reader, defrauded the company you work for, were underqualified for your job, and then, at crunch time, hired consultants to do the work you had been paid to do.

We have let Madiba down

30 November 2014 15:00

December last year was a time of sadness and celebration in South Africa. As the nation mourned the death of its father, Nelson Mandela, we also celebrated the extraordinary life he lived.

Bafana Bafana: The pride of the nation

23 November 2014 15:00

There is nothing as sweet as a hard-earned victory. Ask Bafana Bafana. They should be over the moon at qualifying for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea.

We are a giving people

23 November 2014 14:01

What do the US and the small, highly contested Asian nation of Myanmar, or Burma, have in common?

ANC loses its moral authority

16 November 2014 15:00

The ANC has lost moral authority. The public, even its voting public, no longer believes the party will do the right thing.


All Cartoons

Hello darkness, our old friend

Ordinary people are adversely affected by load shedding, and there may well be disastrous consequences for jobs, livelihoods and our sinking economy.

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We have not given in and we have not backed down.
Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton on shelving of The Interview