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William Saunderson-Meyer on the President's difficult recent campaign stop in the township
William Saunderson-Meyer says the ex-President’s jailbreak was carried out with a nod and a wink from Ramaphosa
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the strange shift back to optimism of the commentariat
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the ex-President's burdens
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the ANC President's appearance before the Zondo commission
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on our ruling party's ongoing Cuba infatuation
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on whether Ramaphosa can free the ANC of this damaging faction
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on how the ANC govt is playing pass-the-parcel with ‘free education’ costs
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the ANC govt's bizarre and destructive immigration policies
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on Shonisani Lethole's agonising demise in Tembisa Hospital last year
William Saunderson-Meyer examines whether Ramaphosa will follow Trump as a political victim of Covid-19
William Saunderson-Meyer on Dr Markus Michel's extraordinary battle to have his qualifications recognised in SA
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the impaired and delusional state of our collective psyche
William Saunderson-Meyer says high profile arrests are just the start of cleaning up the criminal justice system
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on WCape Premier Alan Winde's leadership during Covid-19
William Saunderson-Meyer says Andrew Mlangeni's death is a snapshot of the party’s turpitude and decay
William Saunderson-Meyer writes on the ridiculous complaint by a drove of lawyers against attorney Marc Aupiais
William Saunderson-Meyer says the world is an innately dangerous place that puts us at risk at every turn
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