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William Saunderson-Meyer on the underwhelming start to Roger Jardine's Change Starts Now movement
William Saunderson-Meyer on a week of good news for the ANC, bar one blot on the horizon
William Saunderson-Meyer says the President has led big business on a merry dance when it comes to the NHI
William Saunderson-Meyer says Bheki Cele spins fairy tales as our crime situation unravels
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the temptation to scapegoat foreigners in the run up to the 2024 elections
William Saunderson-Meyer on Bheki Cele and SA's drift to the status of a mafia state
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on South Africa's increasingly desperate fiscal situation
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the doctrine that the liberation movement believes will usher in salvation
William Saunderson-Meyer says the ANC SG is stepping in where President Ramaphosa fears to tread
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the events leading up to Putin's no-show at the upcoming BRICS summit
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the President's disastrous peace mission to Ukraine
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on big business's initiative to try and fix what the ANC has broken
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the ex-President's humiliation in his case against Billy Downer and Karyn Maughan
William Saunderson-Meyer asks whether the party will soon put the President out of his misery
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the quiet perseverance of our finance minister
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on our disastrous state and the state of disaster
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the surreal politics surrounding the imploding parastatal
William Saunderson-Meyer on the President's appeal to the ConCourt over the Phala Phala report
William Saunderson-Meyer says Ramaphosa was clearly happy to be in the UK, and no wonder
William Saunderson-Meyer asks whether Ramaphosa's COP27 performance will assist much with our electricity crisis
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the growing chorus of criticism against Ramaphosa coming from Mbeki, and the RET camp
William Saunderson-Meyer says our water supply crisis has been a long time coming
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the plundering of the National Lotteries Commission
William Saunderson-Meyer says that as SA fumes in the dark there is no sign of the ANC doing anything differently
William Saunderson-Meyer says the country is experiencing a spectacular unravelling after decades of rotten ANC rule
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the aspirant leaders jostling to be the ones to save SA
William Saunderson-Meyer says Ramaphosa sung from the RET hymn sheet at the ANC's national policy conference
William Saunderson-Meyer says Farmgate has put the President under pressure
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the ANC's dirty tricks campaign in the now DA-controlled uMngeni municipality
William Saunderson-Meyer says the ANC govt has proved incapable of responding first to insurrection, and now the sabotage of Eskom
William Saunderson-Meyer says the middle class can hang in, despite a failing state, for only so long
William Saunderson-Meyer says what saved the President from total humiliation in Phokeng was the decline of COSATU