If Ramaphosa were to become the president, he would certainly have to bring to an end the frivolous litigation that government, particularly Zuma's executive, has embarked on, writes Ralph Mathekga.


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The "unity" ticket is being used to co-opt those with a sense of ethics into the company of those who are ethically compromised so that they could all look the same, writes Mashupye Maserumule.

Women need our love and support - now more than ever

Rape is a traumatic experience and we have read about many cases where the victims block it out completely. When a woman does come out, we shouldn't act like a mob that condemns her, writes Mbuyiselo Botha.

Irrational IRP madness grips SA's energy sector

The Integrated Resource Plan outlined by Energy Minister David Mahlobo shows a reckless populism in energy decision-making by government as the Zuma period draws to an end, says Chris Yelland.

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