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Eskom: we shouldn’t use the race card when competence is at stake

Two things that happened this week made me wonder about whether we will ever really be able to resolve the serious issues in our society. The one is the strike by SAA workers, which is the personification of flogging a dead horse, and the other is the rejection, in some quarters of the new Eskom chief executive, because he is white.

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South Africa’s miracle is our commitment to justice

If I accepted that Christ turned water into wine then why would I limit his ability to contradict the order, the logic of nature, by raising a young from the dead enabling him to walk away from his funeral, writes Michael Weeder.

16 November 2019 | Opinion

'I warned Mmusi Maimane about the laptop boys' - De Lille

Other parties tried to woo me to join them, but I believed - and still believe - that most South Africans are thoroughly disillusioned with the old parties who have collectively failed to bring citizens closer together, writes Patricia De Lille.

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