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21 November 2014
Shawn Hagedorn writes that SA's business leaders have failed, thus far, to effectively engage their political counterparts Read more »

20 November 2014
Text of the exchange between BDLive columnist and the 1st DGS in the Party journal, Umsebenzi Online Read more »

20 November 2014
Peter Fabricius says the DP has been increasingly ‘looking presidential' both at home and abroad Read more »
20 November 2014
Jan Raath writes on the final chapter of the Zanu-PF leader's chaotic, brutal, vicious and ruinous rule Read more »
20 November 2014
Daniel Silke writes that the country is at a critical, and future defining, juncture Read more »
20 November 2014
Vince Musewe says ZANU (PF) has remained, throughout the years, a liberation movement in possession of a state, which it has abused Read more »
19 November 2014
Dave Steward responds to Magnus Heystek's despondent article on the state of the country Read more »
19 November 2014
Trevor Grundy writes that the late ANC President's secret membership of the SACP among the topics likely to be discussed Read more »
19 November 2014
Rhoda Kadalie says Speaker Baleka Mbete is protecting President Jacob Zuma like a manic lynx Read more »
17 November 2014
Newspaper reports that President has been in a long-running relationship with controversial SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala Read more »
17 November 2014
Castro Ngobese writes that NUMSA's turn away from the ANC was the real reason for its expulsion Read more »
17 November 2014
Eddie Cross says in July 2013 the country had 23 functioning banks, now there are 14 Read more »
17 November 2014
DA leader writes that as the ruling party disintegrates its leaders will seek diversions and scapegoats, but this will be in vain Read more »
16 November 2014
Trevor Grundy reports on the latest iteration of Bob Geldof's Band Aid campaign Read more »
15 November 2014
Andrew Donaldson writes on Speaker Baleka Mbete's Big Mistake Read more »
15 November 2014
Cathy Buckle writes on the unbelievable things that have been happening in Zimbabwe over the past few weeks Read more »
13 November 2014
Peter Fabricius examines the continental reaction to the disease Read more »
12 November 2014
Anthea Jeffery examines where the dept's proposals may come into conflict with TRIPS and the Constitution Read more »
12 November 2014
Andrew Donaldson on the Cedric Frolick report, and the re-emergence of Zuma in the more benign waters of the NCOP Read more »
12 November 2014
Michael Coetzee says the organisation's views are in fact at the extreme end of the political spectrum Read more »
11 November 2014
Jonathan Katzenellenbogen writes on the implications of the recent World Bank report Read more »
11 November 2014
Gideon du Plessis says strike balloting needed, politics, unions and business should not mix Read more »