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Just another example of milking taxpayers
A trip for two to attend a ‘Christian-based’ conference in Accra cost taxpayers R80,000 … and a further R363,000 in legal fees for disciplinary hearings.
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Embassy protesters are blind to the world around them
The SACP – and many in the ANC – are still living in the past of the Cold War when their patron, the Soviet Union, loomed large.
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Unionists played part in SAA woes
You might all lose your jobs anyway when SAA finally collapses.
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Thabang Primary School sewing project makes a difference
More than anything else, projects like this help reduce the growing culture of dependency in South Africa.
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Make merit your priority, Ramaphosa
You can also look to the large pool of experienced people who have left the civil service – they’re only too willing – and able – to help.
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Neil Aggett’s family deserves answers and closure
Many people died or disappeared during the years of apartheid and all their friends and relatives deserve the closure that the truth will bring.
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Audi speedster must be brought to book

Audi speedster must be brought to book

This is reckless endangerment of the highest order.

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Is the ANC taking heed of Mboweni’s truth?

Is the ANC taking heed of Mboweni’s truth?

Mboweni has criticised the ANC policy decision that the Reserve Bank should be nationalised, because he realises that this would be a financially suicidal path to take.

Leave these school camps to the army

We think there needs to be a broader probe of the whole idea of orientation activities for children entering their first year of high school.

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Fire all the sick municipalities

Fire all the sick municipalities

We would rather have administrators replace councils in all of these sick municipalities on a permanent basis.

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Tussle to oust Ramaphosa is starting to look ugly

Tussle to oust Ramaphosa is starting to look ugly

Turning his back on his political comrades is inviting one, or more, of them, to plunge the knife into him.

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Kagiso Rabada ban is just not cricket

Kagiso Rabada ban is just not cricket

We are not condoning loutish behaviour but there must be room for passion and aggression in cricket’s five-day format, if it is to survive.

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Thanks, Kolisis, for the laugh

Thanks, Kolisis, for the laugh

Thanks, Rachel and Siya, for reminding us that, even in the darkest times, we should still be able to laugh.

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May Mbalula’s honesty set the tone for his comrades

May Mbalula’s honesty set the tone for his comrades

We have certainly had our issues with Mbalula in the past, but he has been honest enough to acknowledge failure at Prasa … and that is rare.

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Make your own presumptions on Zuma’s ‘integrity’

Make your own presumptions on Zuma’s ‘integrity’

In 2016, the man who claims he has integrity was found to have violated the constitution by not paying back taxpayers’ money spent on his Nklandla homestead.

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Why do you want to disarm legal gun owners, Cele?

Why do you want to disarm legal gun owners, Cele?

The vast majority of firearms used in crime are either smuggled into the country or stolen from police or SA National Defence Force armouries.

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Eradicate system of enrichment in govt

Eradicate system of enrichment in govt

Unless something is done, SA will inevitably become a failed state.

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Thanks, Charlize, you make us proud

Thanks, Charlize, you make us proud

Apart from being a megastar, she’s using her status by highlighting the issue of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace.

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SA Open win could propel Grace to greatness

SA Open win could propel Grace to greatness

South Africa has not had a Major winner since Ernie Els lifted the Claret Jug at the Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes in 2012.

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State capturers can’t be allowed to win on Gordhan

State capturers can’t be allowed to win on Gordhan

A common feature linking many of those calling for Gordhan’s head is that they themselves have been accused of, or linked to, looting.




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