Friday, 22 Jun 2018
Zuma ominously casts a very dark shadow on the ANC, doing what he can to stop the political photosynthesis and starving the ANC and the country of sunlight, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
It is inevitable that not all of those who invested in Cyril Ramaphosa will receive returns or enjoy equal returns on equity. This will have political consequences for the president, writes Ralph Mathekga.
Any attempt to deal with SA's challenges through the settlement of peasant farmers is likely to exacerbate inequality, writes Terence Corrigan.
Mark Keohane believes the All Blacks are vulnerable and will finish below the Springboks and Wallabies in the Rugby Championship.
Only 10% of South Africans can afford what is being charged in private healthcare, says Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi.
One police officer has been shot dead and two Fidelity guards have been wounded during a cash-in-transit robbery in Hillbrow.
Civil society organisations released explosive details of a Special Investigation Unit report on massive corruption within the Gauteng Health Department.
Making way for newly-chosen 70-year-old premier candidate, Professor Job Mokgoro, former North West premier Supra Mahumapelo is expected to resign as a member of the legislature.
Advocate Graham van der Spuy has revealed his intention to call two more forensic pathologists to testify in the trial of businessman Jason Rohde.
Bye to the cultural belief that women shouldn't make the first move.
And don't forget about lovebombing and cushioning...
Basel carnival is a three-day celebration just before Lent. Its rituals and costumes are so special that UNESCO added it to its list of Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2017.
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