Business News 29.9.2016 08:51 am

Can CEOs force Zuma’s government to behave?

They made Number 1 blink first in December, but we need far more to turn the tide.

South African business leaders are not doing themselves or their country any favours by remaining silent about recent political developments.

Can CEOs force Zuma’s government to behave?
Can CEOs force Zuma’s government to behave?

Can CEOs force Zuma’s government to behave?

They made Number 1 blink first in December, but we need far more to turn the tide.

Black Coffee, Juju and the barbarity that slaps all our faces
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Black Coffee, Juju and the barbarity that slaps all our faces

There’s little hope of eradicating the mayhem tearing SA apart while influential personalities continue selling violence as the only effective conflict resolution tool.
Zuma, Hlaudi should get 0%
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Zuma, Hlaudi should get 0%

At a time when university funding is in the spotlight, Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Jacob Zuma stand out. Both lack formal tertiary education. Neither is short of money.
Life’s too short to wait for ‘special occasions’
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Life’s too short to wait for ‘special occasions’

Life is way too short to save things for special occasions, and quite frankly, you can never know if you will get to that ‘special occasion’.
December 2015 ANC’s ‘al-Nakba’
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December 2015 ANC’s ‘al-Nakba’

Zuma recanted … This was classic corporate feudalism as the financial sector went on to choose who could or could not be Treasury chief.
A dog by any other name …
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A dog by any other name …

When you mistake your dogs’ names for your kids’ and your kids’ for your dogs’.
Who IS wants as US leader
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Who IS wants as US leader

The jihadists want to come to power somewhere but they do not have enough support. So now they use others. Enter the next US president.
Burkini battles on beaches
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Burkini battles on beaches

Prime Minister Manuel Vallis describes the burkini as an Islamic ‘affirmation of political activism … aimed at subjugating women’.
‘Women don’t like sex as much as dudes do’ and other myths
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‘Women don’t like sex as much as dudes do’ and other myths

Why are we so preoccupied with getting our partner to completion rather than focusing on the back-scratching, lip-biting and hallelujah of blood warming under skins as we move together? Come on.
‘Missing middle’ showing us the middle finger
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‘Missing middle’ showing us the middle finger

It’s hard to tell struggling students there’s no money for free education when you’re part of one of the most bloated governments on earth.
Sacrifices part of revolution
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Sacrifices part of revolution

It’s either we fight, and go all the way, or not fight at all.
Parents should think twice before naming children
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Parents should think twice before naming children

Why would you name your child ‘Matlakala’, which means ‘rubbish’, and what are you saying about this tiny little being that you made?

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