Patrick Bulger is an experienced journalist and editor. He has worked as Sunday Times assistant editor and Business Day executive editor, among other positions.
After 1994 we threw open our doors to all-comers; now we’ve had enough they must all head back to where they came from
Does the president’s energy speech mean goodbye Eskom and hello sunny days?
ANC struggle veteran Jessie Duarte’s death this week elicited praise and eulogising for a woman who had been at the centre of our politics for 25 ...
The minister of arts and culture has shifted his focus from vexillology to keeping things classical
Proportional representation was supposed to reflect our demographics, but now we’re all powerless except for the people at the top
Apparently in some circumstances and some Eastern Cape villages, it’s not at all rude to tell someone to ‘shut up!’
This is not a sign of a vibrant democracy, but of a government with a tin ear
If we really cared, we’d require them to help make SA better. Instead, we leave them to their own devices as we dress up neglect as virtue
In its haste to disown Afrikaans, state skirts broader point about the confusion and wastage from our official-language choices
BEE should be accepted as a constitutional imperative for the good of all and not a gift to be handed out to enrich the few