Editorials 26.6.2017 06:28 am

One for all and all for one in Boks

That Etzebeth was able to do the skipper’s job and bring home a historic victory is testimony to how well playing for one another is working.

In a way it was fitting that inspirational Springbok captain Warren Whiteley was a notable absentee from the national side as they swept to a 35-12 victory over the Tricolores, a 3-0 series whitewash and effectively buried the Ellis Park hoodoo against the French at the weekend.

One for all and all for one in Boks
One for all and all for one in Boks

One for all and all for one in Boks

That Etzebeth was able to do the skipper’s job and bring home a historic victory is testimony to how well playing for one another is working.

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Soccer final is full of promise
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Our councils throw money down the drain
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Our councils throw money down the drain

The profligate irregular spending by municipal bodies has increased by a staggering 50% to R18.81 billion.
Speaker has the power – now use it
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Speaker has the power – now use it

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Major butting of heads to come
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Major butting of heads to come

Whether the Zuma-Ramaphosa factional conflict will resonate with the electorate will only be made clear in 2019.
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Massive SAA debt cause for concern

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Absolute power not yours, Busisiwe

The independence of the public protector should be brought into question.
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Zwane may inadvertently be administering the killing blow to an already bleeding industry.
State capture? Who cares…
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State capture? Who cares…

The state capture report remains stranded in limbo. And many named in the leaks hide in plain sight.

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