Editorials 14.1.2017 06:30 am

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.

Each January as the Australian Open rolls around to get the ball of another Grand Slam season in play in Melbourne, one question on the lips of every tennis lover is whether Andy Murray can do it this time.

Can Murray finally sink dreadnought?
Can Murray finally sink dreadnought?

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.
Donald Trump has some catching up to do
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Donald Trump has some catching up to do

About 51% of Americans polled believe that Trump is doing a bad job as president-elect.
Wits’ financial woes making Habib’s job harder
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Wits’ financial woes making Habib’s job harder

The university faces its first deficit in 11 years, which it attributes mainly to historical debt.
‘Divided’ ANC must take Lincoln’s words to heart
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‘Divided’ ANC must take Lincoln’s words to heart

The then future US president said ‘a house divided against itself cannot stand’ in a speech in the Illinois State Capitol.
ANCWL condemns article alleging Dlamini was not sober
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ANCWL condemns article alleging Dlamini was not sober

The league has hit out at a news report it mistakenly attributes to The Citizen.
Zuma’s ongoing battle with numbers continues to baffle
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Zuma’s ongoing battle with numbers continues to baffle

Zuma’s latest foray into the realm of figures so essential to the science of economic predictions has left experts flummoxed.
Chaotic school registration process needs to be reviewed
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Chaotic school registration process needs to be reviewed

The Gauteng department of education needs to do better than this for our children.
China ignores biggest culprits in fight against pollution
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China ignores biggest culprits in fight against pollution

This after plans were announced to create a new environmental police squad in the latest effort to fight China’s persistent pollution.
Juju pokes a sensitive bees’ nest with ANC bash mockery
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Juju pokes a sensitive bees’ nest with ANC bash mockery

Malema claimed the ANC, in the past, used to fill the FNB Stadium but had to bus supporters in from across the country to fill a smaller stadium.
Cheating matrics rob us as a nation
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Cheating matrics rob us as a nation

Perhaps we should look beyond the consequences of cheating.

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