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Opinion & Analysis OBITUARIES | Albert Finney: Bookie's son who rose to stardom Albert Finney, who has died at the age of 82, was one of several British actors regarded in the 1950s as a successor to Laurence Olivier, who he once understudied in Coriolanus.
Opinion & Analysis PAUL KARIUKI | Joint responsibility to bring the president's promises ... The 2019 state of the nation address was the most hopeful and inspiring address the nation has heard in the past five years. President Cyril Ramaphosa clearly articulated the ...
Opinion & Analysis Cyril Ramaphosa's near state of grace After the opening of parliament grew increasingly grim during the Zuma years, our new president has made it worth celebrating it again
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Opinion & Analysis OBITUARIES | Brendan Boyle: meticulous, engaged editor and journalist Brendan Boyle, who has died in Cape Town at the age of 68, was a top South African journalist, Reuters bureau chief, parliamentary correspondent, editor of the Daily Dispatch and ...
Opinion & Analysis Walter Mitty world of a media mogul How can a businessman, shown to be at best a fantasist and to have deliberately lied about much of his background, continue to be fêted by groups such as the World Economic Forum ...
Opinion & Analysis EDITORIAL | Scrutiny needed of growing cloud over Iqbal Survé's head Iqbal Survé might not be much good at running businesses but he's very good at making money, and just as talented when it comes to spending it, as our reports today demonstrate.
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Opinion & Analysis RANJENI MUNUSAMY | Full of holes, Mentor's testimony doesn't mean the ... Vytjie Mentor first revealed that the Guptas had offered to make her a minister on her Facebook page in March 2016, while on holiday in Thailand
Opinion & Analysis EDITORIAL | How to save Eskom: run it for the people, not for the ... The meltdown at Eskom is a case study, if long-suffering South Africans should ever need another one, in how the ANC government destroyed an institution that was once a world ...
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