21.9.2019 09:45 am
What about ensuring that the corrupt and inefficient police officers in the service are weeded out first?
It was to be expected that Police Minister Bheki Cele would, soon after revealing worrying increases in serious crimes, go cap in hand to parliament to plead his case for more money for more cops.
These teenagers and young adults represent the future of this continent – but they themselves face uncertainty in the years ahead.
On Wednesday I realised again that us men are defenceless against even the humblest of apprentice scamsters.
Making a mockery of judges, as seen in the case of axed Old Mutual CEO Moyo Mashile by Manuel, flies in the face of what we and our forefathers fought for.
Fewer roadblocks would also see a dramatic decrease in our drunk driving stats.
I spent a good decade of my life experiencing the sacrament of confession in the Catholic Church, and I can confirm that I never confessed anything with the candour and honesty with which I regularly air my dirty laundry to an Uber driver.
We are not willing to work. We won’t take opportunities that are available while we improve ourselves for the opportunities we want.
Patriarchy and internalised misogyny allow people to buy into the silly concept that women hate each other just because they are women.
Malema’s Twitter army is always ready to pounce, deflecting attention from his lifestyle hypocrisies.
The UK is not alone in using filibustering in its parliament as a delaying tool.
What we lack is leadership to measure the right crime variables and act decisively on them.
It is encouraging to hear that trust in the tax institution is rising among ordinary South Africans.
If breaking stuff is a gateway to getting one’s name in the Guinness records, we South Africans should have the monopoly.
We need to decide exactly what we want from our national defence force – and that means all of us.
Clothing seasons used to last half a year, summer and winter. Now they last a few weeks.