SA is in a terrible spiral of negativity. The past two weeks have been horrendous: men killing women, men raping children, the country’s finances in ...
The ANC has always been first out the gate when it comes to defending what people in Tshwane townships call nyoso (nonsense).
The UK is in turmoil. An unelected prime minister, Boris Johnson, has moved to suspend the country’s parliament, thus robbing lawmakers of time to ...
Well, we are here again with xenophobia.
This is SA for you. Our house is burning and our so-called leaders are once again too busy with their juvenile pissing contests.
Our leaders are very quick to condemn violence and intimidation, but extraordinarily poor on ensuring law-enforcement agencies are able to bring the ...
There was a time once when SA was renowned the world over for its ability to hammer out consensus despite massive differences.
SA needs a wealth tax, but I don’t think anyone in SA, not even the most liberal taxpayer, would agree to it.
One always has to hope, of course.
It’s June 16, and for this month we will all say sympathetic things about young people and will make the right noises about their development.