Editorials 20.1.2017 06:10 am

Not even Hlaudi can survive this one

He is a survivor, but even he is unlikely to endure this time.

It must be said at the outset that the ad hoc parliamentary committee examining the efficacy of the SABC board has done a thorough job in interrogating a matter many believe was patently obvious long before a panel was put together.

Not even Hlaudi can survive this one
Not even Hlaudi can survive this one

Not even Hlaudi can survive this one

He is a survivor, but even he is unlikely to endure this time.

South Africans need to start talking and stop the torching
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South Africans need to start talking and stop the torching

The recent torching of schools in Limpopo demonstrates the need to talk more rather than resort to violence during confrontations.
Financial gain really at the heart of political policies
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Financial gain really at the heart of political policies

Recent utterances by world leaders indicate that at the root of the tangential rhetoric echoes the ringing tone of a cash register.
Ford’s blame game in Kuga scandal is wrong
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Ford’s blame game in Kuga scandal is wrong

The motor manufacturer has yet to make a credible apology for vehicles that caught fire on South African roads.
Humble Thuli more than qualified for top job
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Humble Thuli more than qualified for top job

There’s little doubt most South Africans would vote for her in a heartbeat.
Zuma’s stance on the ANC succession battle too little, too late
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Zuma’s stance on the ANC succession battle too little, too late

This after Zuma discouraged individual factions from joining the raging debate over who should take over the leadership of the ANC in 2019.
Mkhwebane’s Absa probe has turned into a political football
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Mkhwebane’s Absa probe has turned into a political football

Absa has decried the leaking of the report, which recommends the bank pay back R2.25bn for what is labelled an unlawful apartheid-era bank bailout.
SA ill-prepared for terror attacks
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SA ill-prepared for terror attacks

We should be deeply concerned that South Africa has been singled out as a destination by suspected terrorists.
Government’s corruption ties have no limits
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Government’s corruption ties have no limits

If Hlaudi Motsoeneng and the sports minister’s wife’s alleged dodgy dealings turn out to be real, it would be damning, as it’s the poor who suffer.
Can Murray finally sink dreadnought?
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Can Murray finally sink dreadnought?

A $3.1 million boost to the bank balance of both men’s and women’s singles champions is not a bad inducement.
SA soccer lingers in the sick bay
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SA soccer lingers in the sick bay

The next three weeks won’t be easy for South African fans.
Harmony strike highlights continued unrest in the gold mining sector
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Harmony strike highlights continued unrest in the gold mining sector

At the heart of the unrest is a statement by the company last August that it was reducing its life to five years from 24.

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