6.8.2019 09:35 am
Why do the targets of these raids appear to be only of African origin? One hardly ever hears of Chinatown being raided for counterfeit goods.
The streets of Johannesburg resembled a war zone on Thursday following the police raids of shops in the city centre.
FNB shares and Orchid with Grid for a thought-provoking advert, while Checkers gets half an Onion for trying to put lipstick on chemical pigs called ‘beers’.
If we find another civilisation in the galaxy, should we make contact or not? The late Stephen Hawking thought not.
Watching ‘Lion King’ taught me a lot about the most interesting animal of all – ‘Homo sapiens’.
Perhaps putting environmental ethics in the school curriculum from a young age would be a more effective way than getting kids to look at animals in cages.
This is a column that’s mostly about what may be the worst oil deal in human history. But it’s also about possibly the worst public protector we could have.
When he claimed that senior ANC members Ngoako Ramatlhodi and Siphiwe Nyanda were paid by the apartheid system to spy against their own in the ANC, you could see the lie.
I’ll tell you why the ANCYL has become a shadow of its former glory: instead of shaping and training young minds, it has become a meal ticket.
Its ‘chief restructuring office’ will need a proper understanding of the utility’s real loss.
Severe car crashes leave accident victims and their families with the daunting task of picking up the pieces and rebuilding their lives.
The things we should not do are often more important than the things we should do when it comes to our safety.
The truth is, the ANC is rotten to the core. If truth is allowed to thrive and is methodically tested in open court, the ANC will be rent asunder.
But, thankfully, there the comparison ends. Firstly, a sloth is a herbivore, and I don’t fancy salads, never mind leaves.
The Institute of Race Relations is not focused on stabilising ‘race relations’ but on arguing for reform, says its head of media.