The parallel mafioso state that Chuck Stephens talks about may have lost its head honcho and a few key lieutenants, but more than enough Zuptoids are in place to keep President Ramaphosa’s horns in political place.
ANC party officials committed to protect productive agricultural land and property rights in a meeting with a commercial farmers’ lobby group about the government’s plan to allow expropriation without compensation.
Donald Trump might have fingered the New York Times as a purveyor of “fake news” but The Gray Lady (as the NYT is often referred to) has won 125 Pulitzer prizes and is widely regarded as the most influential daily newspaper in the world.
Corruption has run through every layer of South Africa’s education system, says The New York Times. As a result, less than a quarter of children in fourth grade understand what they read, according to an international literacy test.
Politics and organised religion have forever been bed-partners and a quick trip back in European history provides us with a fascinating glimpse into South Africa’s possible immediate future, as revealed here by Chuck Stephens.