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Final Word Voting is serious business – even solemn
Voting and the process by which it takes place is a serious, solemn business which at times, the consequences of which at times pray for careful consideration. Last week, after
18 May 2017 - P. C.
Let's Think The k-word and the intolerance underlying it
The argument that if you spell the k-word with one ‘f’ you might be OK, but when you go the double ‘f’ route you become a social outcast, is indicative of
06 May 2016 - P. C.
Race Politics Great opportunity, and danger, for the DA
Opposition parties could scarcely have hoped for a better start to the campaign for the municipal elections on 3rd August than the African National Congress (ANC) has handed them
15 Apr 2016
Parliamentary Watch No confidence debate – DA in need of strategy brush-up
 In view of how things played out last week in parliament around the DA’s motion of no confidence, the party clearly needs an urgent and fundamental brush-up of its
04 Mar 2016 - S. W.
SONA Watch opinion SA parliament and sociopolitical stability in serious danger
 The relevance of South Africa’s parliament is under serious threat and sociopolitical stability close to disintegration after last week’s SONA – and not
20 Feb 2016 - P. C.
Final Word Getting members to come into line and toe the line
When the South African parliament recently adopted new rules to get its members to ‘toe the line’ it might have been falling back on a very old tradition. In fact,
21 Aug 2015 - P. C.
Let's Think Malema’s Polokwane master class
At his court appearance last week on fraud and corruption charges, EFF leader Julius Malema delivered a master class in brand building and political strategy. I’m no fan of
10 Aug 2015 - P. C.
Parliamentary Watch Dysfunctional parliament causes threat to judiciary
The fact that the South African parliament has become dysfunctional in a number of respects is probably the main cause for the growing onslaught by government and the ANC-led
03 Jul 2015 - P. C.
Final Word When words do not pull punches
Watching one of those now, oh so common, rowdy debates in parliament on television I wondered why politicians don’t pull punches anymore – and then suddenly it hit
02 Jul 2015 - P. C.
Final Word Where does confidence begin and where does faith end?
There has been a lot of hoo-ha in the South African parliament lately about motions of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma proposed by opposition parties, claiming the nation
27 Mar 2015 - P. C.

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