15.6.2019 11:32 am
Anton Harber delivered the eulogy at the veteran journalists’s funeral. This is an edited version.
Our May 8 election is more about battles within the ANC than between political parties.
A local dimension to South Africa’s election campaign is going largely unnoticed by the national media.
Inquiries can take months of painstaking work, but often yield important insights that improve flight safety for the future.
Research on their two languages – Afrikaans and Spanish – has led to a renewed interest among the younger generation.
Accurate analysis would recognise what the ANC is, not what commentators would like it to be.
The vision articulated by Ramaphosa has the seeds for galvanising South Africans to get back on the right path. It urgently needs a plan to make it happen.
South African universities aren’t doing justice even to top performing high school graduates.
Although taking a gap year is a popular and enticing option for many matrics, its consequences should be carefully weighed.
Critics, however, say most African politicians have used Twitter as a means of churning out propaganda without listening to citizens’ concerns.
Equal Education says that the ‘narrow preoccupation’ with matric results deters attention from focusing on the foundation phase, a fundamental phase of a child’s schooling career.
Despite many wanting things to move even faster, the last 365 days will be remembered for hosting some huge turnarounds.
SA Tourism said South Africa’s tourism stats increased by 1.7 percent when compared to the same period in 2017.