26.8.2019 09:10 am
We humbly propose the following Bill: the Administrative Adjudication of Real Government Horseshit Act, or AARGH for short.
TO: President Cyril Ramaphosa
The judge proved to be a fighter for human rights, who dealt with apartheid with the same vigour he pursued corrupt leaders during democracy.
The strides in the incorporation of technology into education is commendable. But as parents, are we ready, are we prepared for this huge adjustment?
Looting private pensions, whether under the guise of ‘prescribed assets’ or any other terminology, will be disastrous.
Incarceration cannot be considered a deterrent. The results speak for themselves.
In among all the numbers, we have lost sight of dignity, and our value and worth as human beings.
Maybe it’s in poor taste to use money to influence people, but that’s a culture that the organisation has allowed to take root.
A professional contortionist would have been proud of the moves I choreographed just to untie my boot laces.
The current political crisis around the private funding of Ramaphosa’s campaign should be understood within a certain context.
Once you are hooked, then you have to satisfy the craving, even if it makes no sense.
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.
And England’s Marmite campaign hits Australia’s Vegemite for a six.