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Time for brief respite: 2019 is coming

December 15, 2018

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Rough times seems certain to lie ahead in 2019., So perhaps the widely recognised festive season should provide a welcome respite, a time not only to rest and relax, but to contemplate the rigours of the year ahead; a time to analyse and to plan, since hope still exists that a better world is possible.

Behind the SABC debacle

December 10, 2018

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Amid all the rumour, innuendo and double talk surrounding the board resignations and other happenings at the SABC lie two simple facts: the board is answerable only to parliament, and not to any minister and, without a requested R3bn bank loan guarantee — not a bailout — the national broadcaster will be bankrupt.

Pay people fairly for the work they do

December 2, 2018

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South Africa can expect a deluge of bigoted pro- and anti-minimum wage propaganda from vested minority interests as the date for implementation draws near. Much of this may amount to wilful distortion of facts most people should be aware of, especially if the rhetoric moves into overdrive..