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William Gumede says Africa needs to change the way it deals with infrastructure development in order to benefit the whole continent
Jeff Moloi looks at why Chiefs fans should support Pirates in their clash against Al Ahly this weekend
Graeme Smith's strength's don't lie in one-day games, writes Dylan Rogers. He asks why Biff still has a place there
Lawyer Dali Mpofu's dramatic announcement that he was leaving the ANC to join the EFF is yet another indication that next year’s election won't be a walk in the park for the ANC.
It would be a dark day for rugby says Tank Lanning, but he still believes we will see the day when a coach or player takes a match official to court to sue for loss of earnings.
The ANC has criticised Thuli Madonsela for the manner in which she conducted her report into President Jacob Zuma's private Nkandla residence.
Jeremy Maggs looks at ad agencies developing a conscience and doing good for the community
Is it all 'smoke and mirrors' -- as one economist put it?
Jerm pokes fun at the twitter war that erupted between Chester Missing and Steve Hofmeyr this week
Cartoonist Jerm thinks Cape Town is very funny... in fact, it's a riot!
Jerm offers his insight into balanced reporting as Jacob Zuma would like to see it.
The Boeremag treason trial is finally over, but Andries Cornelissen warns this isn't likely to be the last we'll see of right wing plots in South Africa
Dylan Rogers looks at how the Proteas management team responded when presented with the distinct possibility of losing a Test series against Pakistan
Tokyo Sexwale was arrested in New York because his name was on an old “terrorist list”. Could have been worse. He could’ve been arrested in Tokyo.
Most teams at the top of the Absa Premiership failed to take advantage of Mamelodi Sundowns’ slip-up at relegation candidates Polokwane City this weekend.
At times at Newlands on Saturday, writes Tank Lanning, it actually looked like men vs boys, such was the physical beating dished out by the men in black
Jerm gives a Halloween take on EFF's economic policies.
Brands that spend millions on advertising need to be more robust with their agencies or learn some hard lessons: most like to cut corners when it comes to competing for awards.
Jerm puts Zuma's 'out of context' comment 'in context'.
Cartoonist Jerm responds to the mid-term budget speech by Finance Minster Pravin Gordhan. It's time for government to tighten its belt.
One hopes the school will help these public servants understand, in practical terms, what service delivery is all about.
Cartoonist Jerm takes a biting stance on where he feels our moral and political compass has pointed.
How money and Indian influence dictates how the cricket world goes round in the current climate
Jerm takes a satirical look at Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga's call for prayers ahead of matric exams. would like to send you push notifications.
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