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Scrap public works

20 July 2014 15:02

Honestly, do we really need the department of public works? Has it brought us anything but embarrassment and scandal?

The social net is working, believe it or not

20 July 2014 15:00

Last May, Sky News reported that many poor South African teenagers were drinking heavily while pregnant to harm their unborn children and later claim disability grants.

Israel: The time for talking is over

13 July 2014 15:00

It has been a week of blood and fire in Palestine as Israeli forces responded to escalating rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip with intense air strikes.

Reopen the SABC selection

13 July 2014 15:00

The national crisis generated by the presence of one seemingly invincible man at the public broadcaster is a case of sheer audacity and disrespect for the country.

Business as usual at the top

6 July 2014 15:00

In October 2012, just two months after the Marikana massacre, President Jacob Zuma and key Cabinet ministers met top leaders of South Africa’s trade unions and the business community.

Dump new land proposal

29 June 2014 15:00

When the rural development and land reform department’s new land reform proposals first came to our attention in early April, some folks at this paper thought it was a delayed April Fools’ joke.

Review of e-tolls should be a lesson

29 June 2014 15:00

The promise by new Gauteng Premier David Makhura to review e-tolls should be welcomed. Although he has made no firm undertaking to scrap e-tolls, this is a step in the right direction.

Pansy Tlakula must put IEC first

22 June 2014 15:00

The ruling by the Electoral Court this week against Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) chair Pansy Tlakula was as damning as damning can be.


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Set the example against corruption, Mr President. South Africans need to know that no one is above the law, and most of all not you, Mr President.
DA Parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane urging President Jacob Zuma to admit fault in the Nkandla saga