SO MUCH has been said by people who claim to have been inspired by the late former president Nelson Mandela. But a lesson yet to find comfort among some prominent public personalities is the importance of knowledge.
WHILE fighting the Nkandla wars, whose victors will no doubt define South Africa’s future political culture, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela still finds time to watch cartoon movies.
THERE is a saying that one should not judge a book by its cover. The Fall of the ANC: What Next? is one such book.
WE ARE supposed to be depressed because Bafana Bafana were kicked out of the African Nations Championship (Chan) tournament and reduced to *** words that only Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has the courage to utter.
On SEPTEMBER 22 2008, ANC president Jacob Zuma shocked the country when he announced the decision of the party’s national executive committee to recall the country’s president.
IT IS difficult to understand why Irvin Jim, the general secretary of the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (Numsa), and his comrades are waging battles in the labour federation Cosatu.
IN AUGUST last year, Gavin Lewis, DA member of the Gauteng legislature, penned arguably the most racist letter to an editor I have ever read.
ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa, who is struggling to rid himself of the corporate suits in exchange for political boxing gloves, has predictably sparked controversy with his “boer” remark.