26.8.2019 09:10 am
The government is, clearly, getting caught in a serious liquidity squeeze. And there are three options open to it.
Another day, another sad sign of the ANC-engineered collapse of the SA economy.
The president has made it clear that he expects the judicial review process to ‘strengthen’ the institution of the public protector.
It was the first time the national side got to the World Cup semifinals in 28 years.
She has succeeded in muddying the waters to the extent that some people don’t believe a word she has said, while others won’t challenge her at all.
At the very minimum, the proceedings this week will give us an idea of whether we are ever going to see him donning orange prison overalls.
Many pupils – in supposedly well-resourced urban education districts, never mind the impoverished rural ones – don’t have desks and chairs or books.
But not because South Africa is the best in the world – we have clearly proved in this tournament that we are not.
In many respects, her tactics and timing, when it comes to the release of reports which will embarrass Ramaphosa, are uncannily similar to those employed by the ‘fight-back’ faction.
Our footballing women showed more guts than many of our national men’s sporting teams.
Undoubtedly, it will be cruel to subject an old man to the trial – but it would be even more cruel to deny justice to Timol’s relatives.
The worrying aspect about this is that law graduates – and many others – are being sent out into the world unable to think critically.
A third straight loss for South Africa would all but end their hopes of reaching the semifinals.
The MEC revealed his determination to pursue racism – even where none exists – with no regard to the consequences.
The loss does not mean that we are on our way out of the tournament.