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Political Watch To understand ‘Ramaphoria,’ watch the process
Monday night’s cabinet announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa was just the first step in a process, with plenty more to come in the months ahead. One could easily become
27 Feb 2018 - P. C.
Security Watch State Security: Cabinet shuffle a chance missed?
Nine years of Zuma-administration has left the ministry of State Security in shambles, but will the new minister be up to the challenge? Under Jacob Zuma’s administration
27 Feb 2018 - G. C.
Budget Watch Was it a Zuma, or Ramaphosa Budget?
Would the national budget, introduced on Wednesday, have been substantially different if Mr. Jacob Zuma was still the president of South Africa? The answer to this question is
22 Feb 2018 - I. B. T.
Constitutional Watch Hurricane Zupta might not be the last political storm
The South African constitution has weathered a hurricane called Zupta quite well, but is not out of danger yet by a long shot. The ’cold front’ that caused the storm
22 Feb 2018 - I. B. T.
Let's Think Western Cape drought help expose constitutional weakness
The water crisis in Cape Town has become the latest event exposing a major fault line in the South African constitution. The disproportionate influence that the system of a
07 Feb 2018 - I. B. T.
Political Watch SONA 2018 more a test for Ramaphosa than for Zuma
The State of the Nation Address at next week’s opening of parliament is building up to being more a test for Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa than for President Jacob
31 Jan 2018 - P. C.
Southern Africa Watch Winds of change blowing in Southern Africa
New stewardship in three Southern African countries is promising a regional break from the past and fighting corruption. In much the same way as South Africa, a new Angolan
29 Jan 2018 - G. C.
Let's Think Cape Town heading for Symbaoe or Windhoek status?
Cape Town might become the first major modern city to die because of climate change, but will not be the first in history, or in Southern Africa. That ‘honour’ belongs
29 Jan 2018 - P. C.
Final Word The Cat and its subjects
Probably no other animal on the planet has more proverbs, expressions of wisdom, and repeatable quotes been penned than the domestic cat – which treats every human it meets,
29 Jan 2018 - P. C.
Let's Think South African opposition in a spot of bother
As the days when Jacob Zuma was the gift that kept on giving for opposition parties are ending, an uphill battle in the run-up to the 2019 election awaits those parties. At the
21 Jan 2018 - P. C.




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