Monthly Archives: March 2017

Casual Constitution comments give glimpse of future under Ramaphosa

Whether on his track record he will be an answer to the prayer for a graft-busting president is open to question

Long before he entered Parliament and moved up and down the ladder of power, and now up again, Cyril Ramaphosa was a communist and a trade unionist. Perhaps, as he eyes the glittering prize of […]

By |March 15th, 2017|Cyril Ramaphosa, Jacob Zuma, Opinion, South African Politics|0 Comments

Why there is hope for South Africa

Argentina’s opposition achieved the unimaginable. So too can South Africa’s
LAST Sunday, as I stood atop Mount Kent in the Falkland Islands, the icy wind knifed through my heavy-duty jacket with the proverbial ease of the hottest knife through melting butter. And this was still summer in the rocky, desolate island chain over which Great Britain and […]

By |March 8th, 2017|Jacob Zuma, Opinion, Pravin Gordhan, South African Politics|0 Comments