David Pilling writes in the Financial Times that while corruption and the state-owned enterprises are important, Cyril Ramaphosa needs to find a way in the next five years to make South Africa a fairer place.
State capture and the generally poor management of the economy have cast dark clouds over South Africa. Like many, Pieter Cronjé is hoping that the 2019 elections will create a fresh opportunity for the country.
Thought-provoking and credible, if laced with a touch of “I told you so,” this retrospective analysis by Institute of Race Relations CEO, Frans Cronjé, demands an answer from the DA, accused as it is of “going soft” on the ANC.
An emotional Theresa May announced she will quit as Britain’s prime minister after admitting she had failed to deliver the one task that defined her time in office - taking the country out of the European Union.
Jamie Kreiner, an associate professor of history, illustrates how we can apply timeless lessons from students of the spirit to perhaps getting an extra half an hour or more of sleep very night - instead of surfing the social world on our android phones.