Mhlekazi, kutheni nivumela amakhwenkwe namantombazana aphazamise iingxoxo zasePalamente nje phaya eKapa? (Your royal highness, why do you allow boys and girls to disrupt parliamentary discussions down there in Cape Town?)
The time has come again for that thing we do with such aplomb: slaughtering each other on the highways during the season of goodwill. What a shame!
A simple procedural change could have stopped the Economic Freedom Fighters’ ( EFF’s) conference from descending into chaos.
Breaking news! In case you missed it, 2014 was the first full year of South Africa’s “radical second phase” of the National Democratic Revolution (NDR).
Like other mining labour contributing provinces, the Eastern Cape still deals with under-development, poverty and low rural economic activity. This affects job creation and hurts efforts to ensure sustainable livelihoods.
If your car’s engine is damaged by “misfuelling”, through no fault of yours, you shouldn’t be out of pocket, but you may well be . . .
The festive season is already in full swing and a lot more activities have been lined up, leaving those perennial gatecrashers spoilt for choice.
What was unthinkable 20 years ago has happened in 2014. In 1994 it seemed impossible for the party of Nelson Mandela to be defeated and any split in the tripartite alliance seemed far-fetched.