Helen Zille

There would be king-size hell to pay if Zille did a Zwelithini

Jerry Brown, enjoys many distinctions in political life. He is both the oldest (at 80) Governor of California and, 44 years ago, was also one of the youngest incumbents (aged then 36). The gap between his last stint which ended in 1983 and his current tenure which concludes at year end, allowed him to contemplate […]

By |July 18th, 2018|Cyril Ramaphosa, Helen Zille, Nelson Mandela|0 Comments

There is only one winner in the snakepit of politics

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, “ a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog and the dog will be […]

By |March 25th, 2017|Helen Zille, Opinion, South African Politics|0 Comments

Why Maimane must act swiftly against Zille

‘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 court over the delivery of 17million social grants, for a contract that should never have been contemplated. The president placed […]

By |March 22nd, 2017|Helen Zille, Opinion, South African Politics|0 Comments