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Taste of Absa Premiership title now on Chiefs’ tongue
Chiefs winning while others feel hard done by could well end with a five-year thirst for a Premiership crown finally satiated. 
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Where is the ‘common sense’ in ignoring a fire alarm?
We all do the same thing and are not hard-wired to imagine our own deaths, for if we could, we’d be crippled with fear.
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Orchids and Onions: Hats off to Heineken
A bunch of Orchids to Heineken, Land Rover, MTN and FNB. And an Onion to you, Santam, trying to capitalise on this sort of spirit when you’re not even a sponsor.
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SA’s focus shifts to Soweto derby
A victory today is non-negotiable for Pirates if they are to resurrect their stuttering season.
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Well done, Ramaphosa, but SA needs concrete results
The SA Investment Conference may not be a talk show, if Ramaphosa is to be believed, but concrete results is all that will save our economy.
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The Boks and their RWC triumph are an object lesson
In a country where race remains the most important and volatile component to every problem, it provides a lesson to both white and black racists.
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Ditch Super Rugby to preserve the SA way of playing the game

Columns Ditch Super Rugby to preserve the SA way of playing the game

Europe is the answer. The cumbersome, uninspiring tournament does nothing for local rugby anymore.

South Africans are their own obstacle in the fight for unity

This past week, the nation imagined Rachel Kolisi and Zozibini Tunzi into a non-existent rivalry for Siya Kolisi’s heart.

Christo Wiese must go

His position as a chairman who is not independent is no longer tenable.

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We owe the Boks some hard work for our country

Editorials We owe the Boks some hard work for our country

None but ourselves can achieve that transformation of society where racism, inequality and corruption wither and disappear.

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The cost issue behind not going vegan in SA

Columns The cost issue behind not going vegan in SA

#StopEatingMeat does not belong in South Africa. Take it from a vegetarian, who can’t even afford to be a vegan.

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How to be a good dad… and husband

Columns How to be a good dad… and husband

Maybe I should be a smart husband too and just keep my mouth shut.

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My journey to, maybe, one day proudly wearing a Bok jersey again

Columns My journey to, maybe, one day proudly wearing a Bok jersey again

Saturday’s Rugby World Cup win ended with me fighting an internal battle about the happiness I still felt embarrassed to show.

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BLF rabble must find its way into the bin

Editorials BLF rabble must find its way into the bin

We must ask ourselves whether we should also take seriously this threat to go down the route of violence and insurrection.

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The tripartite alliance needs to start working for SA’s future

Columns The tripartite alliance needs to start working for SA’s future

The intransigence of the left is not helping the situation. We cannot fight forever and continue to make impossible demands.

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Siya Kolisi is pure black magic and black excellence

Columns Siya Kolisi is pure black magic and black excellence

This is a story of hope that our children must go to bed with – dream it; you can be it.

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An example must be made of ‘Dr Tall Trains’ Mthimkhulu

Editorials An example must be made of ‘Dr Tall Trains’ Mthimkhulu

In the end, the country – read taxpayers – will have suffered another multibillion-rand loss. And that is what Mthimkhulu should be held accountable for.

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May the Bok spirit long continue

Editorials May the Bok spirit long continue

The entire South African contingent which went to Japan to collect the Webb Ellis Cup have done us proud as a nation. And not just on the rugby field.

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The Springbok formula works, not BEE

Columns The Springbok formula works, not BEE

The Springbok squad was not based on affirmative action quotas. If that lesson can be applied to the economy, SA will become a winning nation, not only on sports fields.

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There’s no argument to be had over excellent healthcare

Columns There’s no argument to be had over excellent healthcare

Certainly, in my case, were it not for the heart surgeon I would not be churning out these words.




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