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ANC lip service on GBV is deplorable
The decision to reinstate to its ranks one of its senior leaders, who is accused of raping his own two daughters, and allow him to continue his political duties, is repugnant.
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The focus must be on a Covid vaccine
The jury is still out on how South Africa and the world in general dealt with the coronavirus.
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Men need to talk about these issues
Prostate and testicular cancers are as personally devastating and have as much impact on relationships and families – and possibly broader society – as do the more commonly discussed cancers.
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Brad Binder’s star is steadily rising
Dave Petersen, the bike ace who flew the SA flag high worldwide in the ’70s and ’80s, says the fact that Binder has just been named MotoGP Rookie of the Year is a stunning achievement.
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The actual arrest of Zuma is the test
Zuma clearly believes he is untouchable – as he has done for most of his career, before and after he occupied the highest office in the land.
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A policeman who does SAPS proud
This cop is one of those who does honour to the profession and proves that there are still people in the SA Police Service who take gender-based violence (GBV) seriously.
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Mistakes will leave land issue barren

Editorials Mistakes will leave land issue barren

Mistakes made in the process now will haunt generations to come.

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Mbalula, Clown Prince of Transport, should resign

Editorials Mbalula, Clown Prince of Transport, should resign

The shambles at licensing offices around the country means that, even when people buy cars, they are struggling to get them registered.

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SABC layoffs are not unjustified

Editorials SABC layoffs are not unjustified

There are 2 979 people working there. Doing a crude calculation, the average worker salary is R791 000 per year, or about R66 000 a month.

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Zondo does the right thing – unlike JZ

Editorials Zondo does the right thing – unlike JZ

Like Zondo said after Zuma’s dramatic exit, this is ‘a serious matter’ – and Zuma was expected to take the witness stand, not walk away.

Editorials Cricket SA seems to be back on the ball

Let’s hope we can now finally move forward and concentrate on what gives us all joy – watching our cricketing heroes excelling on the field.

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Even Obama slams the wasted JZ years

Editorials Even Obama slams the wasted JZ years

The wasted nine years is clearly there for all to see. Yet, here we are, still waiting for those involved in state capture to be held accountable.

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Our fingers are crossed for Caster’s fight

Editorials Our fingers are crossed for Caster’s fight

The 29-year-old Semenya is taking her battle to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, hoping to overturn the hormone drug rule.

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The powers of parliament need to be questioned

Editorials The powers of parliament need to be questioned

Outa is considering legal action to challenge the rules which allow parliament to decide not to take action on matters like state capture.

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Ignore Mother Nature’s warnings at your peril

Editorials Ignore Mother Nature’s warnings at your peril

The tremor felt in Cape Town came on the same day the Red Cross released a report in which it warned that climate change was a bigger threat than Covid-19.

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Vaccines give new hope in Covid war

Editorials Vaccines give new hope in Covid war

News of a vaccine could not come at a better time.

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Enough of the games, Zuma, just testify

Editorials Enough of the games, Zuma, just testify

Zuma is a master at delaying tactics. Despite insisting he wants his day in court, he’s done exactly the opposite for years.

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Crime still violent SA’s sore point

Editorials Crime still violent SA’s sore point

Not too much can be read into the crime statistics because of the hard lockdown. Crime in the first quarter during the lockdown was always going to be down considerably, but there has been a marked spike in crime since the levels of lockdown have been eased.

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Fugitive Bushiri must be extradited – the sooner, the better

Editorials Fugitive Bushiri must be extradited – the sooner, the better

We’ve got news for Bushiri – you don’t get to make demands. You are a fugitive, having broken pretty much all your bail conditions. Bushiri must be extradited. The sooner, the better.

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Cricket bosses are not bigger than the game

Editorials Cricket bosses are not bigger than the game

Just when you thought Cricket South Africa (CSA) was on the road to recovery following a turbulent few years, the authorities have stepped on their own wickets again.




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