Both embody the selfless commitment to doing the right thing, to make the world a better place.
If the Huawei action leads to greater choice and freedom for consumers, how bad can that be?
We have sympathy for Ramaphosa, because he must watch for the pushback from those loyal to Jacob Zuma.
We have a duty to care for the only home we have – and we must not shirk that duty.
With Dennis Earp’s passing this week, another of those links with the past was broken.
Lauda was living, walking, driving proof of the power of the human mind and spirit.

Stop the abuse of power in parly

It is only you, our representatives, who can stop that happening.

Mkhwebane must just go now

She is a real threat to justice.

Problems run deep for Chiefs

This is the fourth season in a row that Chiefs have ended a season empty-handed.

Businesses that are bad for business

The South African government is proposing to restrict Airbnb, and there have been complaints.

Illegal tobacco trade on the rise in SA

Much of the control over tobacco collapsed in tandem with the gutting of Sars by its former commissioner.

Wits land dispute: In perpetuity loses its meaning

Many residents of Alex, who live in squalor, believe the land should be used for low-cost housing.

Local soccer fans deserve more

Soccer-loving supporters will not get to see or hear favourites Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates fighting it out for honours in the Absa Premiership on free-to-air radio and television channels owned by the SABC this season.

Maybe Sars has the right idea of how to bust SA’s gangsters

Reports that the taxman is gunning for some of the most corrupt in SA should be seen as quite welcome news.

Oh, don’t play the victim now, Ms Jiba

She and her accomplice Mrwebi were part of the team who defended Zuma by derailing or deflecting prosecutions.

The ANC leopard never changes its spots

The real problem is that Ramaphosa can’t act against these ‘problematic’ people without running the risk of being deposed himself.

You need to protect us from your cadres, ANC

The bizarre incident involving the Sars IT head is food for thought.

Learn a lesson from Rwanda

Some estimates put the genocide toll as high as 1 million people.

ANC would do well to heed Motlanthe’s advice

The former state president has been uncompromising in his view of how to reverse the rot.

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