23.1.2020 07:24 am
You might all lose your jobs anyway when SAA finally collapses.
It’s no surprise that the unions at South African Airways (SAA) are up in arms about the announcement this week that the airline is cutting domestic and overseas flights to try to save itself.
We would rather have administrators replace councils in all of these sick municipalities on a permanent basis.
Turning his back on his political comrades is inviting one, or more, of them, to plunge the knife into him.
We are not condoning loutish behaviour but there must be room for passion and aggression in cricket’s five-day format, if it is to survive.
Thanks, Rachel and Siya, for reminding us that, even in the darkest times, we should still be able to laugh.
We have certainly had our issues with Mbalula in the past, but he has been honest enough to acknowledge failure at Prasa … and that is rare.
In 2016, the man who claims he has integrity was found to have violated the constitution by not paying back taxpayers’ money spent on his Nklandla homestead.
The vast majority of firearms used in crime are either smuggled into the country or stolen from police or SA National Defence Force armouries.
Unless something is done, SA will inevitably become a failed state.
Apart from being a megastar, she’s using her status by highlighting the issue of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace.
South Africa has not had a Major winner since Ernie Els lifted the Claret Jug at the Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes in 2012.
A common feature linking many of those calling for Gordhan’s head is that they themselves have been accused of, or linked to, looting.
Trump must certainly bear part of the blame for playing with matches around a powder keg.
It seems that the president has become no better than the rest of them in the ANC ineptocracy.
In many cases, a good forensic lab finding may be the difference between conviction and acquittal for a guilty person.