19.7.2019 09:35 am
The vast troves of human knowledge instantly accessible through our cellphones has somehow made humanity stupider than ever before.
If something is on the internet, it must be true, right?
Zuma is a danger to society and should be treated as such, writes a former Sars deputy commissioner who was investigated during the ‘rogue unit’ saga.
You must have noticed how Zuma is never wrong. It’s always someone else’s fault. Google ‘Zuma blames’. You’ll have plenty to read.
He could’ve instructed his idle bodyguards to make up parcels of these delicacies and place them in the blue bags, ready for hungry mouths to savour.
These civil servants chose to do the right thing, even when no one was watching, even when their real reward was to be ostracised and hounded out of their jobs.
Nowadays, every second television series centres around the war on terror. But I have yet to discover who the kick-ass winners of this one will be.
The former president has been at the receiving end of allegations in books. Will his book, announced by The Jacob G. Zuma Foundation, include allegations of his own?
Steinhoff International has spent R11 million per weekday on advisory fees for services rendered, forensic investigation and technical accounting support.
There were various inconsistencies and discrepancies in Neo Solutions director and shareholder Vivien Natasen’s evidence that were not adequately resolved.
She has succeeded in muddying the waters to the extent that some people don’t believe a word she has said, while others won’t challenge her at all.
Contrary to what many people believe – because the military are supposedly well-equipped and trained – the death toll will include soldiers.
At the very minimum, the proceedings this week will give us an idea of whether we are ever going to see him donning orange prison overalls.
Growing up in South Africa – where I lived from the age of two – I was occasionally reminded I was not South African simply because of my birthplace.