Farmer’s reputation redeemed

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The findings of the Broadcasting Complaints Commission (BCC) into the complaint made by Grant Meyer against the television news report on the dispute with two

Whose ‘populism’?

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An editorial in the Sunday Times on 15 December began: ‘Boris Johnson’s thumping UK election victory this week will send shivers down the spines of

Buthelezi’s abiding integrity in a tough marketplace

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Earlier this month, Mangosuthu Buthelezi reminded me of an article in the New York Times Magazine in 1991 in which I was quoted as having

The unkindest cut

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Every culture has its proud traditions, most dating back to a time few can remember. My own culture likes to open a parliamentary session by

Celebrating the West on the 25th

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I am all in favour of Christmas, although personally I loathe it, and I strongly support Judeo-Christian civilisation, although personally I am an atheist. I

Tinkering with constitutional legitimacy is dangerous and unnecessary

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The new draft constitutional amendment that would allow for expropriation of private property without compensation is an affront not only to a prosperous society, but

SA’s economic prospects remain frozen

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Just a few months ago on his visit to London to attend the Financial Times’ Africa Summit, President Cyril Ramaphosa will have felt the chill

The EWC Bill and the ‘Great Escape’ from poverty

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‘The government will never pass a law which people have raised rational points against,’ pledged Nathi Mthethwa, minister sports, arts, and culture in November 2019.

The writing on the wall

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Walking is always the best way to get to know foreign places, at the human scale that walking the streets always promises. But the same

CSA reflects the rot at the heart of SA politics

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The embattled Cricket SA (CSA) board is ‘doing a good job and is going nowhere’ – and calls for it to be dissolved are ‘nonsense’,