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From the “Bee in my Bonnet” column; Always learn from clever people

WHY is it that there is no third party compulsory vehicle insurance in South Africa? With the collapse of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) – currently in hock to the tune of...

Water and sanitation crisis 1 – some green shoots?

Following the recent Water Summit held in Midrand, CBN Editor Robin Hayes discusses some positive outcomes with Benoit Le Roy, founder and CEO of the South African Water Chamber NPC. “THE appointment...

From the “Bee in my Bonnet” Column; Dumb and dumber

If we are to believe environmental columnist, George Monboit’s latest missive Gastastrophe, published in the UK’s Guardian newspaper 9th March 2022 (and why wouldn’t we?), some ‘astonishingly foolish decisions’ have allowed...

From the “Bee in my Bonnet” column – Eating up recycling

MOST dutiful citizens that receive a waste collection service are requested to sort their household refuse into two bags – in my own case, a clear plastic bag for recyclables such...

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...

From the ‘Bee In My Bonnet’ column – It’s a no brainer

IT’s quite incredible that one man can have such a destructive influence on a country of more than 50+million people. Sure Hitler did it, and Mao Tse Tung, Kim Jong-un and...

Fooling the people some of the time

From the 'A Bee in my Bonnet' column. ONE of the benefits of the internet and social media, at least to this reader, is that government and politicians can be held to...

OPINION: SAPO – a microcosm of SS South Africa?

AS a self-confessed petrol head and general addict of gismos and gadgets, I recently made an on-line purchase – or so I thought – of some small items to make my...

OPINION: SA’s 2021 budget – if you don’t earn much, don’t drink or smoke...

WITH the country becalmed with the twin doldrums of the COVID- 19 pandemic and a very weak economy, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni didn’t have much wriggle room, but has resisted in...

Rail in decline – a precursor to road deterioration?

A Bee in My Bonnet column. By: Robin Hayes - Editor at CBN. There is always a consequence. NOT having embarked on a long road trip since leaving Johannesburg for good, seven years...

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We must protect SA’s groundwater

By Chetan Mistry, Strategy and Marketing Manager at Xylem Africa. THE borehole is a South African staple, accessing water from underground aquifers.  This is called groundwater,...

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