Aarto will only increase bribery and lawlessness on our roads.
Once you are hooked, then you have to satisfy the craving, even if it makes no sense.
For the first time in my adult life, no one is my responsibility.
Interactions between business and government created the underlying conditions that gave rise to what happened.
For Ramaphosa to break the bonds that constrain him, he first has to neutralise Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, using constitutional mechanisms.
The Springboks now have an attack that makes sure it ruthlessly capitalises on limited opportunities. It’s an attack that, to put it succinctly, works.

Columns Orchids and Onions – Toyota leads the marketing way

And England’s Marmite campaign hits Australia’s Vegemite for a six.

Columns When Metro cops turn a blind eye

The roads are full of traffic offenders. The Metro police should throw the book at them. But you can’t fight thuggery with thuggery.

Columns Marikana was a product of capitalism

The strike had been taking place for a week – too long for the faceless men who sent a command to the police to end the strike and halt the slide in profits.

Columns The ANC needs to revise its strategy on dealing with graft

The governing party always promises to root out corruption wherever it rears its ugly head, but there has been little evidence of this on the ground.

Columns Women are not their hair

While hair is no measurement for intelligence, the natural look is no measurement for how African one truly is.

Columns National Hell Insurance vs sustainable national health

Emigration is a cop-out if it means giving up on the dream of a prosperous, united SA. Rather than get the hell out of here, let’s take the ‘hell’ out of NHI.

Columns I won’t house-sit ever again

Normally, you add ‘muti’ to the water and switch on the Kreepy. Not this ‘meneer’.

Columns We’re all players in the numbers game

It started at 11.18am when I joined the queue at the licensing department in Mogale City.

Columns We need a public protector, not a quasi-politician

It is one thing to have the best interests of the public at heart at all times, but it is close to delusional to take a Chapter 9 institution and turn it into a political office.

Columns The dark side of the internet: W(hen) W(ill) W(e) learn?

Sure, the digital world has made so many things so much easier. But we will always be analogue beings.

Let’s talk about cigarette butts

A German petition has attracted 55,000 signatures in one week. If someone feels like starting a South African campaign, please show me where to sign.

Editorials World Cup? The Boks have what it takes

What the Boks did show on Saturday, is that they have the potential to be serious World Cup contenders.

Editorials The NHI health plan raises some serious concerns

Middle class people will no longer have any control over their medical contributions, nor how they obtain health care.

What’s gone so badly wrong with the feminist agenda in SA

Another Women’s Day has come and gone with the normal platitudes, but what real gains can the country actually point to now?




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