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Jeremy Gordin on what is left unsaid in the criticism of David Unterhalter's non-appointment to the ConCourt
Jeremy Gordin writes on the wave of criticism that has recently been directed against the Institute
Jeremy Gordin writes on the ANC's suspicious legal manouverings around the election
Jeremy Gordin asks whether the commission is really gunning for state capture rather than grand corruption
Jeremy Gordin writes on the Taliban's rapid takeover of a country run by a familiarly feckless govt
David Bullard on the "spontaneous outburst of emotion" across KZN, that was anything but
Jeremy Gordin on the cruel and unusual punishment of listening to the SC, over hours
Jeremy Gordin reviews "When They Came for me: The hidden diary of an apartheid prisoner by John R Schlapobersky"
Jeremy Gordin writes on what has become of our ruling party
David Bullard says that thanks to the ANC there is a rather low bar for belonging to the most rich
Jeremy Gordin writes on the journalist's boozy blunder, and the DM's role in the whole debacle
David Bullard scavenges over the remains of President Ramaphosa's address
Jeremy Gordin on Mufamadi's reluctant testimony to the Zondo Commission about SSA efforts to suborn our judiciary
Jeremy Gordin on the p-words the US President used to pressure Mike Pence
Jeremy Gordin writes on Dali Mpofu's legal interventions on behalf of Tom Moyane and Thandi Modise
Jacob Zuma's letter to Donald J Trump and Bibi Netanyahu, as blind copied to Jeremy Gordin
Jeremy Gordin writes on what our commentariat do and don't get upset about
Jeremy Gordin writes on the US President's apparent defeat at the hands of mail-in voters
Jeremy Gordin says our politicians seem far from gruntled at this development
David Bullard responds to Anton Harber's snide and inaccurate criticism
Jeremy Gordin reviews Anton Harber's "So, For the Record: Behind the Headlines in an Era of State Capture"
Jeremy Gordin writes on the C-words currently wearing him down
Jeremy Gordin on the waning of the epidemic, the relaxing of the lockdown, and related philosophical questions
Jeremy Gordin reviews "The Last Jacobins of Africa: The ANC and the making of modern South Africa"
Jeremy Gordin on his metamorphosis as occasioned by ANC misrule
Jeremy Gordin writes on the recent outcry over Covid-19 procurement corruption
Jeremy Gordin says the lockdown cost 3m people their jobs, and for what?
Jeremy Gordin ruminates on the FNF's strange cancellation of Politicsweb
Jeremy Gordin on whether the Ramaphosa govt is using the lockdown for ulterior purposes, and what these may be
Jeremy Gordin writes on the fury of South Africa's scorned smokers
Jeremy Gordin on South Africa's dismal apartheid-style lockdown experience
Ivor Sarakinsky says Jeremy Gordin is out of his depth when it comes to Covid-19
Jeremy Gordin says SA is no country for old men (or women), who would like to walk their dogs
Andrew Donaldson says SA has decided to treat a public health crisis as a security issue
Jeremy Gordin questions whether the 21 day lock down will actually hit its target
Milton Shain says the recent ADL survey finding on anti-Semitism in SA should not be so easily dismissed
Jeremy Gordin reviews "Agent running the field" by John le Carré
Jeremy Gordin tries valiantly to uncast the die.
Jeremy Gordin delivers his verdict in the case of Munusamy, Brown, McKaiser & Others