25.3.2019 07:52 am
The construction experts say the violence has already scared off a large international firm who decided the business was not worth the risk to its staff.
It would be laughable were it not for the fact that it relates to people being intimidated and threatened with death.
Few who support extreme land reform – for that is what this will be – look further than change of ownership.
Road racers practice their craft where others certainly can be harmed.
Ndabeni-Abrahams should be fired if the ANC is in any way serious about true democracy and freedom.
According to Eskom, there was a ‘shortage of capacity’ … on a Sunday afternoon and evening in summer?
It is fascinating that five Western countries with considerable business ties with South Africa have effectively sent a warning shot across the bows of President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The country needs to see how far these racist reactionaries manage to go in the world of real politics.
The party has been relentless, and its pie-in-the-sky promises are taking it far in SA.
No successful nation has become so without a thriving, and growing, middle class.
The debacle could place the gun licence system – and the database needed to track all weapons – in jeopardy.
All of her past achievements are nothing compared with the task now facing her.
By organising protests and a threatened boycott of Vodacom, the ANC directly contradicts Ramaphosa, who says South Africa is ‘open for business’.
The former president really did hold us back badly for a decade, and we don’t need him to keep clinging to the reins.
We need to rethink our morality as a nation.