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Erica Emdon on the life of the journalist, father, husband, and white bull terrier lover
James Myburgh on a bright light extinguished by yet another senseless murder
David Bullard writes on his response to the murder of Jeremy Gordin
What is not to like about a country that can dish up such generous servings of Dali Mpofu, writes Jeremy Gordin
Jeremy Gordin on the racialised response to the Eskom CEO's departing revelations
Jeremy Gordin writes on the parallels between the riotous London of 1780 and SA of today
Jeremy Gordin writes on the Prince of Wokeness' recently released autobiography
Jeremy Gordin writes on Ramaphosa's position post the independent panel's Phala Phala report
Jeremy Gordin reflects on being burgled (twice) in the early hours of the morning
Jeremy Gordin reviews Pieter du Toit’s book on how certain members of the ANC elite got so very, very rich
Jeremy Gordin writes on Ferial Haffajee & Co's encapsulation of the findings of the Zondo commission
Jeremy Gordin writes on his defenestration by his old comrades of the FGKPD
Jeremy Gordin says the media's shaming of Elton Jantjies and Zeenat Simjee was mean and unnecessary
Jeremy Gordin writes on the US media provocateur's comeuppance over his Sandy Hook fabulations
Andrew Donaldson says that 15 years after we started running out of power the ANC has decided ... to talk about fixing the problem
Jeremy Gordin writes on Antony Beevor's book "Russia: Revolution and Civil War 1917-1921"
Jeremy Gordin on all the bad news that has left the country reeling
Roy Isacowitz replies to Jeremy Gordin and James Myburgh's article on BDS, Israel and the apartheid analogy
Jeremy Gordin wonders how the transport minister can tell ghost workers apart from normal ones at Prasa
Jeremy Gordin says our attention was fixed on Will Smith at the Oscars this week, even as starvation made its return to SA
Jeremy Gordin reviews Jonathan Ancer's book on Jewish foot soldiers in the anti-apartheid struggle
David Bullard writes on what may be currently motivating his fellow soon-to-be septuagenarian
Jeremy Gordin asks what unifying call to arms the President can make at a time like this?
Jeremy Gordin writes on the alleged parliamentary arsonist's first appearances in the courts
Jeremy Gordin wonders how the minister's notorious attack on black judges came about
Jeremy Gordin writes on that section of the State Capture report dealing with the Moyane/Bain takeover of the revenue service
Jeremy Gordin on dealing with the depressing news cycle, and getting laughs when one can
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