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David Bullard says we're heading for a Zimbabwe/Venezuela style outcome in SA, but there is another option
Jeremy Gordin ruminates on the FNF's strange cancellation of Politicsweb
How our readers can step in and help defend our right to 'criticise and oppose', and publish whom we want
David Bullard writes on how the ANC has exploited the Covid-19 crisis for its own ends
David Bullard on the 'wealth' tax proposal being pushed by some academics
David Bullard responds to the "knickers in a knot" crowd
David Bullard says the air is full of the sound of frightened chickens coming home to roost
David Bullard asks what is really behind the booze & baccy ban
David Bullard writes on the arrival of the Covid-19 crisis in South Africa
David Bullard writes on recent political developments, both here and abroad
David Bullard questions the wisdom of the lackadaisical CEO of SA Inc. taking up the position of AU Chair
David Bullard says that while rolling blackouts are bad, worse is yet to come
David Bullard says some action from the President would speak far louder than his words
David Bullard writes on the media's euphoric post Rugby World Cup piffle
David Bullard says the good bad news is, we're not alone
Jeremy Gordin delivers his verdict in the case of Munusamy, Brown, McKaiser & Others
David Bullard responds to Andrew Kenny's article on the great emigration question
David Bullard reviews Helen Zille's interview with Max du Preez
Jeremy Gordin questions why EWN "apologised unreservedly" for its reporter's private expostulation
David Bullard on the cry-bullying cohort and their cancel culture
David Bullard says the province has become a well-governed embarrassment to the rest of SA
David Bullard says the urgency of the situation has yet to dawn on our politicians
David Bullard reports back on what he witnessed during his travels through the United Kingdom
David Bullard on the heavy cloud of hopelessness and helplessness hanging over SA right now
David Bullard writes on what a recent visit to Hyde Park shopping centre in Joburg says about the economy, and SA
David Bullard writes on how he is now willing to hand it all back to the rightful owners
David Bullard writes on our ambassador-in-Copenhagen's bracing attitude to the shivering land thieves down South
David Bullard writes on how he thinks things will pan out
David Bullard on the rapidly dwindling standards of higher education
David Bullard writes on the white privilege/black privilege social media firestorm
David Bullard writes on the employer-domestic relations of the white middle class
David Bullard writes on the temporary ratings reprieve from Moody's
David Bullard writes on his dastardly role in warding off much needed foreign investment
David Bullard on crossing swords with the former ANC MP and jail bird, and now Venezuelan junketeer
David Bullard sets out the most plausible theory for our President's shifting positions
David Bullard writes on where to go for news, and the ANC's favourite South American country
David Bullard's presents his solution to the fraught question of "decolonisation"
David Bullard writes on his successful mission to infiltrate the parliamentary bunker
David Bullard asks what is supposed to happen now that we know we are governed by a vast criminal enterprise
David Bullard says the ANC's increasingly elderly political line-up is not one likely to enthuse the young
Jeremy Gordin says Verashni Pillay shouldn't have had to carry the can for the whole affair
David Benatar on how the online portal trampled the audi alteram partem rule during his recent exchange with Xolela Mangcu
David Bullard says his column will resume once the trauma of leaving Joburg has passed