Makhudu Sefara Editor: TimesLIVE

Makhudu Sefara is deputy editor of the Sunday Times and editor of TimesLIVE. He has previously also served as editor of the Sunday World, The Star and the Sunday Independent newspapers.

Opinion

Walk the talk, Cele, or there’ll be another Gqeberha

The police minister talked tough after foreigners reduced Korsten to a mini Mogadishu, but it’s not good enough

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MAKHUDU SEFARA | SA’s local elections: when spoilt for choice equates to slim pickings

Voters face the dilemma of choosing between the DA’s racism and the ANC’s corruption in municipal polls on November 1

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MAKHUDU SEFARA | SA voters know the times they are a-changin’, albeit slowly

The ANC’s chances of victory at the polls are good because it is not the only party facing challenges

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Every man for himself: where’s Zuma to help you now, Hlophe?

Unfortunately for the fallen ones, the former president is too busy fighting his own battles to help them

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MAKHUDU SEFARA | Stop just quoting Biko and be the man, all year round

Every year, on the anniversary of Steve Biko’s death, devotees pay lip service to his teachings instead of acting on ...

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How the mighty ANC has fallen. Once it led, now it follows

It either has stopped caring for its employees, or, worse, has no clue how to gnaw its way out of its troubles

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MAKHUDU SEFARA | Too often those in power, whom we trust, disappoint us

The ANC not paying its workers on time is an embarrassment, indicative of the self-serving times we live in

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Government has been slow on the uptake, hence South Africa’s vaccine hesitancy

Government’s strategists have been sleeping on the job, which explains why our vaccine rollout is slipping

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MAKHUDU SEFARA | In his need to be Mr Nice Guy, Cyril has made some very nasty decisions

First it was the non-event going as a cabinet reshuffle, now it’s Mapisa-Nqakula. Who knows, next it could be Zuma

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As long as we accept poor leadership, SA will drop the baton

Instead of settling for mediocrity, we need to maintain that tension between where we are and where we want to be