The dealership is going out of its way to perpetuate the brand’s tainted reputation.
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It’s imperative for the DA to repair itself
We need a strong, principled, inclusive opposition party which can offer a credible alternative to the ANC. Otherwise, the future will hold ‘more of the same’ from the ruling party.
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Here’s a candle for your 12th birthday, load shedding
It has really been a roller coaster ride, and I’m sure every South African is looking forward to next year when your very special 13th birthday comes around.
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The DA and #ImStaying are in blinkers
You can’t ignore the past that created what you want to change. #ImStaying should ask the DA.
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We carry on as if that chesanyama every other day isn’t killing us
Money doesn’t encourage one to eat healthier, but to eat a lot of food that kills us.
Race is the fault line as prominent black DA figures label attempts to remove leader Mmusi Maimane an attempt by whites to force black members into a subordinate position.
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Springboks now two steps away from glory

Editorials Springboks now two steps away from glory

The Boks will face Wales in Sunday’s second semifinal.

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Baleka Mbete, SA’s new ‘hilarious’ comedian

Columns Baleka Mbete, SA’s new ‘hilarious’ comedian

She attempted a defence/explanation of the money spent on Jacob Zuma’s home at Nkandla, and it was cringeworthy.

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Brexit is not going to conclude anytime soon, it’ll drag on … and on…

Columns Brexit is not going to conclude anytime soon, it’ll drag on … and on…

If you’re wondering what’s different, I have done the homework.

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State’s split personality on power dents credibility ever further

Editorials State’s split personality on power dents credibility ever further

After Mantashe’s department accidentally published the wrong plan, we were given further insight into how little of one we really seem to have.

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Orchids and Onions – Audi mum on ‘illegal’ ad

Columns Orchids and Onions – Audi mum on ‘illegal’ ad

What if your illegal billboard at the intersection, Audi, results in a crash and deaths? What was the purpose, then?

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We need to find a way in SA to pull together

Columns We need to find a way in SA to pull together

The mood is sombre. People are battling to make ends meet, load shedding has once again reared its head and tensions – both politically and racially – are at a boiling point.

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A convincing Bok victory against Japan is a must

Editorials A convincing Bok victory against Japan is a must

On paper, the Springboks are expected to win this one, but they will underestimate the hosts at their peril.

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South Africans deserve better from Eskom

Editorials South Africans deserve better from Eskom

You were, and are, tasked with the responsibility of making sure South Africans have access to power.

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In disciplinary matters, SA doctors face a minefield

Columns In disciplinary matters, SA doctors face a minefield

The level at which the failures of doctors will be addressed appears to be a matter of luck. Life may be a lottery but medical practice is worse. It’s a rigged game.

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Ninow sentence sets fine precedent

Editorials Ninow sentence sets fine precedent

Nicholas Ninow has badly damaged a young life and that is something that those who have some sympathy for him should never lose sight of.

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Response to journo’s gaffe raises questions

Columns Response to journo’s gaffe raises questions

Have our newsrooms now become so beholden to trolls and the woke crowds that our editors will throw their own under the bus to keep them happy?

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Holomisa’s tirade sullies his reputation

Editorials Holomisa’s tirade sullies his reputation

Holomisa looks like anything but the unbiased, open-minded, nation-building man who won many friends across the political spectrum.

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The delicious curse of care overload

Columns The delicious curse of care overload

The fact that everyone around me shows me appreciation and compassion offends my cynical nature.

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How my white privilege landed me in prison

Columns How my white privilege landed me in prison

We thought we were being all rock’n’roll when the prison door slammed on us for the night.




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