3.8.2020 06:51 am
As President Cyril Ramaphosa pointed out, it is too early to roll out the vuvuzelas of celebration and, indeed, there might be those in the government who would accuse us of sparking reckless behaviour from people who might think the worst is over.
There is, finally, a glimmer of hope at the end of the awful Covid-19 tunnel: as we report today, the number of active cases across the country has declined by 10% over the past week.
In the ANC, clearly, virtue is not its own reward.
It is critically important that this borrowing does not become a habit and we join the list of African countries with outstretched begging bowls.
That unsavoury atmosphere must be cleared as soon as possible.
The plan by South African National Parks (SANParks) to cull 2,620 animals from a variety of species will, undoubtedly, upset animal lovers.
Terror works. At least in South Africa, where the best method to get your way is to threaten violence, or even carry it out.
Address the real problem of abuse and half the battle will be won. If we don’t, this problem will be with us for generations to come.
The quicker he does that, the better because time is not on our side.
Welcome to the 26th running of the July Handicap.
They didn’t set tyres alight; dig holes in the road or put up barricades; they didn’t throw rocks.
The ANC has had 26 years – more than a full generation – to make a difference and hasn’t done so.
The minister’s campaign is being funded by taxpayers … the same taxpayers who are going to have to fork out
On multiple occasions during the coronavirus crisis, it has been apparent that the ANC’s left hand doesn’t know what the right is doing (and we’re not referring to political loyalties).
Let’s hope it is one of many more of the green shoots of recovery for our nation.
Perhaps the ANC approves of strong-arm control over dissent. If so, then we should be worried. Very worried.