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William Saunderson-Meyer says South Africa bristles with cultivated ignorance
William Saunderson-Meyer compares and contrasts the UK and RSA polls in 2019
William Saunderson-Meyer says the reality of state dysfunction has cast a pall over seasonal cheer
William Saunderson-Meyer on the ex-President's underwhelming performance at the State Capture commission
William Saunderson-Meyer says President Ramaphosa's address was like a Rorschach test
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the bare-knuckle battle being fought out within the ANC
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on govt's pathetic response to attacks on truckers
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the predicament of the official opposition
William Saunderson-Meyer on the dual nature of the ruling party, and what it means for the Peter Bruce thesis
William Saunderson-Meyer on the contrasting situations of the two former party leaders
William Saunderson-Meyer on the catastrophic failure of basic education in SA
William Saunderson-Meyer says 50 years ago the country was dirt poor and enamoured with radical socialism
William Saunderson-Meyer says self-regulation has not done much to keep the audit profession on the straight and narrow
William Saunderson-Meyer on the WCape Premier's tax revolt threat, and the ANC and DA responses to it
William Saunderson-Meyer on how politics is lining up as we reach 25 years of ANC rule
William Saunderson-Meyer on the dangerous combination of low GDP growth and (relatively) high population growth
William Saunderson-Meyer on how the 'KGB of consulting' withered before the Nugent inquiry
William Saunderson-Meyer says govt makes it ridiculously difficult for foreign trained doctors to practice in SA
William Saunderson-Meyer says the economy remains in a bad way, and the President's position is precarious
William Saunderson-Meyer says the EFF leader's dangerous race rhetoric needs to be opposed and checked