Opinion

OPINION | High cost of unravelling the truth

For more than a year now deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo has been listening to all sorts of crooks lying under oath.

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OPINION | Giving up lucrative opportunity for blue sky

After presiding over the most successful BEE transaction in SA’s history, MultiChoice Group has taken steps that will ...

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OPINION | SAA’s loss of contract spells disaster

SAA and its group of companies have been in steady decline since around 1994, when the ANC came to power. That steady ...

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OPINION | Xenophobia is not legacy of apartheid

It was only a matter of time before government found a scapegoat for the xenophobic violence gripping SA.

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OPINION | How South Africa protects monsters

The official government Twitter account said, after Uyinene Mrwetyana’s death: “Violence and abuse against women have ...

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OPINION | Prime example of wisdom of hindsight

There’s something about politicians once they leave office – voluntarily or otherwise. Suddenly they see the world in ...

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OPINION | Thugs are in charge and on the offensive

The Guptas must be smiling all the way to their cash vaults. The £100,000 (R1.8m) monthly retainer they paid disgraced ...

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OPINION | Real poverty is that of leaders’ ideas

The darkest hour is just before dawn. Or so they say. But our long, dark night seems to go on forever.Economically and ...

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OPINION | Hello junk status, my old friend

I can imagine the comrades carrying her on their shoulders and singing: Phakaaaama Nomvula, ixesha lisondele. Uniiiity ...

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OPINION | Absence of load-shedding sparks concern

So winter is almost over and you haven’t had any load-shedding? And you think that means things are going well? Think ...

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