If you have liked the presidency of Jacob Zuma so far, you will love the possible future rule of his former wife, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
And while our Department of International Relations and Co-operation has been […]
Party members, like victims of Stalin who believed in the system, cannot accept movement has lost the plot
In his final tour de force before his death in 2010, the great modern historian Tony Judt described […]
New Finance Minister Malusi Gigabi loves fashion shows and dressing up. Two cabinet posts back, he arrived at the opening of parliament impersonating an SAA pilot.
I thought at the time – given that he was […]
The late business leadership expert Warren Bennis offered a dystopian assessment of what automation and artificial intelligence will do to the world of work.
“The factory of the future will have only two employees,” he wrote, […]
‘If the reputation of the party is harmed from within, he has to act swiftly to put it to rights’
Here is an excerpt of a report from a weekend newspaper:
“The government has been in crisis in […]
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 […]
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 […]
‘He has brought in the ethically hobbled Brian Molefe, who not so much personifies “state capture” as being emblematic of a willing accomplice of the Guptas’
SAILING around the “uttermost part of the earth”, to borrow […]