From the outset, Malema and his comrades signalled that they would scoff at their opponents, taunt them, and do so loudly
No foreign conflict is as keenly felt in South Africa as that in the Middle East
Move to cut out agents in KwaZulu-Natal’s schoolbook supply chain is welcome
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It seems to be in the South African political handbook that politicians’ failings or indiscretions come to light only once they fall out with their party
Robust electioneering is the mark of most democracies, so it is the SABC’s judgment on trial at the moment as much as the DA’s ferocity
Elections 2014 will be remembered for their robust politics, where a non-issue became a key battleground and point of activity
Police minister Nathi Mthethwa has taken a welcome, uncompromising line against officers with criminal pasts
In the absence of fresh initiatives in labour relations, labour law and economic policy, we are assured annual labour unrest, less productivity, higher costs and more unemployment
Twenty-eight days to go to SA’s fifth democratic elections, and political sparring is giving way to greater tempo and bare-knuckle combat
British businessman Shrien Dewani will finally face those who accuse him of orchestrating the murder of his wife on their honeymoon in Cape Town
The force of the public protector’s view has been diluted to mere input
If political leaders believe anticipation might be a hard sell, they should consider Al Gore. He has won most of his renown over climate change
It is also almost impossible to argue a turn in the war on violent crime, even when the statistics support it
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