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Tag: politics

Slip-slip-sliding away

THERE I am in the local Pub & Grill, minding my own business and contemplating how the first sip always tastes so much better than any of its successors, no matter...

From the “Bee in my Bonnet” column; Defending the indefensible

AS government departments continue to crumble with more requests for government bailouts, the penny has obviously not dropped in those institutions that we are really beyond a crisis. The lemmings continue to...

We are the ANC: and we have a problem

There is nothing quite like a good intervention. My 16 year old daughter in particular has a great fondness for them and at least twice a week stages one for any...

Cities, land and expropriation – what our politicians should be doing

Our politicians would do well to look at the real obstacles to the demands for urban land rather than grandstanding about expropriation without compensation. The recent land occupations in several...

Zuma stench will linger

The flood of obituaries to the Zuma presidency are likely to stream in for some time to come. But how should the nine-year period of President Jacob Zuma’s rule be understood...

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Closure of Tiger Brands’ Langeberg and Ashton canning fruit factory spells...

Agri SA is deeply concerned about the recent commencement of a consultation period after Tiger Brands gave notice of its intention to close down its canning...

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