Editorials 30.9.2016 05:01 am

Back-door bid to cause chaos in Tshwane will expose the ANC

The people of Tshwane made it clear through their votes on August 3 who they want to govern their city.

Reports the chaos that erupted in Tshwane council meetings on two occasions are part of a plan by the ANC to render the metro ungovernable so it is put under administration are extremely worrying.

Back-door bid to cause chaos in Tshwane will expose the ANC
Back-door bid to cause chaos in Tshwane will expose the ANC

Back-door bid to cause chaos in Tshwane will expose the ANC

The people of Tshwane made it clear through their votes on August 3 who they want to govern their city.

Time for Maine to put up or shut up
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Time for Maine to put up or shut up

ANC Youth League president Collin Maine must back up his spy allegations against Madonsela or take a hike.
A classic case of double standards
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A classic case of double standards

It appears the ANC finds it difficult to cope playing the role of the opposition in several metros where it is not in power.
Students are at the crossroads
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Students are at the crossroads

It is for the youth of South Africa to use the freedoms they enjoy wisely or abuse the trust handed down to them.
Clinton, Trump: heed JFK lesson
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Clinton, Trump: heed JFK lesson

US presidential contenders Clinton and Trump would do well to heed the lessons of fairly recent American history ahead of election day.
Wasteland awaits academic SA
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Wasteland awaits academic SA

The destruction of universities’ assets is a self-defeating device that will inevitably rebound negatively.
Soon we’ll have a Ministry of Being a Minister
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Soon we’ll have a Ministry of Being a Minister

The levels of absurdity to which SA politics has descended means the easiest job in SA right now must be to work as a political cartoonist.
SA not world’s most corrupt country (yet)
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SA not world’s most corrupt country (yet)

If you’ve heard someone telling you at dinner this week that SA is now the world’s most corrupt country, this is probably why.
Binder burns his way into history
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Binder burns his way into history

Binder can wrap it up at tomorrow’s Aragon Grand Prix and become the first South African rider to win a Grand Prix title.
Sundowns ready for a new trophy
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Sundowns ready for a new trophy

It should be a tense occasion at the Lucas Moripe Stadium, where the core of Brazilians supporters will no doubt be delighted to be singing ‘1-0 to the Sundowns’ at the final whistle.
Are Gwede and co about to quit the ANC en masse?
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Are Gwede and co about to quit the ANC en masse?

Talk in ANC circles reportedly indicates that ANC leaders frustrated with President Zuma may be about to abandon ship.
MEC Mahlangu must be axed now
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MEC Mahlangu must be axed now

As the political head of the provincial health department, MEC Qedani Mahlangu needs to be held accountable and removed from her position.

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