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SEEKING HEALING: The East London city hall was where the first sessions of South Africa’s national reconciliation project, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, were held in April 1996 Pictures: FILE

Crises of reconciliation and leadership interlink

South Africa is experiencing at least two seemingly unrelated crises at present: a crisis of reconciliation and a crisis of…

Union accuses ANC of throwing workers to the wolves

ANC abandons ideology to defend corrupt leader

The ANC was formed out of the desire to liberate the majority of South Africans from all forms of oppression.

Wendy Knowler

Do not play into the hands of ID thieves

Most consumers have wised up to the fact that they should never let their bank cards out of their sight,…

Wendy-Knowler

Hidden costs of going under debt review

If you are financially stressed, and looking for a way out, tread very carefully, because if you don’t, the “help”…

JUSTIN VISAGIE

Turning potential into reality

In the lead-up to the Eastern Cape’s fifth economic symposium tomorrow, it is worth reviewing the province’s economic position in…

Wendy-Knowler

Walk away when free product is offered

Strolling through a shopping centre last week, there he was; a man wearing black and a come-hither smile, holding out…

Wendy-Knowler

How to, and how not to handle complaints

“Unfortunately we don’t get it right all the time; the key is how we recover.”

The ANCYL is worried that in practice the alcohol ban at ebuhlanti will have a detrimental impact on informal traders who do business at ebuhlanti.

Control, don’t ban alcohol

On November 10 the Daily Dispatch carried the headline “ANCYL says it wants ‘a right to party’”. This article spoke…

SEEKING HEALING: The East London city hall was where the first sessions of South Africa’s national reconciliation project, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, were held in April 1996 Pictures: FILE

Crises of reconciliation and leadership interlink

South Africa is experiencing at least two seemingly unrelated crises at present: a crisis of reconciliation and a crisis of…

Union accuses ANC of throwing workers to the wolves

ANC abandons ideology to defend corrupt leader

The ANC was formed out of the desire to liberate the majority of South Africans from all forms of oppression.

Wendy Knowler

Do not play into the hands of ID thieves

Most consumers have wised up to the fact that they should never let their bank cards out of their sight,…

Wendy-Knowler

Hidden costs of going under debt review

If you are financially stressed, and looking for a way out, tread very carefully, because if you don’t, the “help”…

JUSTIN VISAGIE

Turning potential into reality

In the lead-up to the Eastern Cape’s fifth economic symposium tomorrow, it is worth reviewing the province’s economic position in…

Wendy-Knowler

Walk away when free product is offered

Strolling through a shopping centre last week, there he was; a man wearing black and a come-hither smile, holding out…

Wendy-Knowler

How to, and how not to handle complaints

“Unfortunately we don’t get it right all the time; the key is how we recover.”

The ANCYL is worried that in practice the alcohol ban at ebuhlanti will have a detrimental impact on informal traders who do business at ebuhlanti.

Control, don’t ban alcohol

On November 10 the Daily Dispatch carried the headline “ANCYL says it wants ‘a right to party’”. This article spoke…


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