Georgina Guedes A rational and defensible act

The SA mother who smothered her kids in the UK will serve no prison time, but Georgina Guedes doesn’t believe she was mentally ill when she made her decision.

Dylan Rogers Miller ticks Proteas World Cup box

The Proteas players and management will tell you they knew all along that David Miller was ‘the man’ for the one-day international team’s number six batting position.

Rebecca Davis Parliament diary: Scenes of shame

Thursday 13th November will surely go down as one of the most inglorious days in the history of South Africa’s democratic parliament, writes Rebecca Davis.

Carvin Goldstone Too tired to play for Bafana Bafana?

The big talking point in the Bafana Bafana camp this week has been European based midfielder May Mahlangu's decision to snub the national team call up because he's feeling “tired”.

Greg Nicolson Marikana Commission: Ramaphosa, Mpofu's number one

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is accused number one, according to Dali Mpofu. For the commissioners, however, finding Cyril caused the massacre might be a leap too far.

Rebecca Davis Analysis: What’s going on at the Ministry of Women?

Comments made last week by the Minister for Women have caused alarm, seeming to promote archaic, patriarchal views of gender roles.

Georgina Guedes The Nkandla job creation programme

Parliament’s ad hoc Nkandla committee has rejected Thuli Madonsela’s report. Georgina Guedes takes a guess at what they’re going to try to make us swallow next.

Dylan Rogers Abbott sticks hand up for ‘death’ role

One-day international ‘death’ bowling is an art form and a skill that not many international seamers are blessed with.

Chris Gibbons Will anyone break our over-mighty unions?

Who will play Margaret Thatcher to Irvin Jim’s Arthur Scargill?

Jay Naidoo The night of the long knives

The decision to boot NUMSA from COSATU calls for a deep reflection, analysis and evaluation on the state of our nation, writes Jay Naidoo.

Rebecca Davis Activist shot on eve of march on ANC offices: Whodunnit?

The leader of a Western Cape rights movement that has clashed with both the DA and the ANC is in hospital after being shot outside his house on Wednesday night. By Rebecca Davis.

Greg Nicolson Numsa: Going, going, almost gone?

The simmering war within COSATU could see its greatest battle this week. Greg Nicolson takes a look.

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