25.2.2021 03:48 pm
The initial grumpiness from some pale reactionaries will eventually dissipate, writes Hagen Engler, as he celebrates the renaming of his home town.
I was surprised, but ultimately thrilled to learn this week that my old home town of Port Elizabeth had been renamed to Gqeberha.
Use your vote to get rid of ANC incompetence and corruption which prevent efficient governance.
He must find money to combat Covid-19 and fund the economic recovery, while not killing the taxpayer goose which lays the golden egg and which is already choking to death.
Are we really celebrating the right achievements, ask Richard Chemaly, when we ignore the child who scored 65% while facing a barrage of challenges, at the expense of one who scored 80% while having all the opportunities in the world?
Much of the country has reopened for business, with shops available to all and access to gyms and theatres limited to those who had been inoculated.
I know that running a country is slightly more complex than a fishing trip, but the same principles apply.
The result also shows that our education system is resilient – it did not collapse under the strain of Covid-19.
The loyalty of those who continue to protect corrupt leaders may come at a price higher than they are willing to pay, of they truly love the ANC as much as they claim to.
Future decommissioning, waste storage and disposal will be ultimately recovered from customers via Eskom’s Nersa-approved electricity tariffs.
In a democratic society such as ours, it should not be up to bureaucrats and politicians to decide whether assisted dying is wrong or right, says Bernadette Wicks.
Now I object to murder being turned into a political or a race issue. I’m infuriated when one killing is deemed more terrible than another, one victim more pitiable.
Experts cannot pinpoint exactly how many pangolins are left in the wild, as they can’t be counted from the air, but we do know they are under severe threat.
The amazing attitude from pupils and exceptional commitment from especially the teachers, school administrators and parents ensured the class of 2020 would make it.
Having known Jacques Pauw for 30 years, my initial reaction to his story was to laugh and wonder if “strong drink had been taken”.
It can’t be coincidental that Malema, Zuma and his daughter – who shared a cup of tea two weeks ago – have come out in the same week to speak uniformly about SA’s judges.