Understanding SA's bad people

Understanding SA’s bad people

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OPINION All the controversy over the fake news carried by the Huffington Post South Africa has ma…
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Zille battle's horrible timing

Zille battle’s horrible timing

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LEADERSHIP / April 24, 2017 / BizNews Dismal political timing for DA’s head-to-head leadership…
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Ramaphosa comes out closet

Ramaphosa comes out closet

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LEADERSHIP / April 24, 2017 / BizNews Ramaphosa finally throws hat into the ring, slams Zuptas…
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Heaven is near Bloemfontein

Heaven is near Bloemfontein

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INTERVIEWS / April 21, 2017 Updated 24 April / BizNews Angus Buchan – How you prepare for 1.7m…
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DA rejects more Nkandla upgrades

DA rejects more Nkandla upgrades

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The Democratic Alliance (DA) rejects any new or further upgrades to the President Jacob Zuma’s Nkand…
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‘A MONTH OUT OF THE COUNTRY.’ (Apologies to JL Carr)

By Michael Spicer
Michael Spicer is an independent director of companies. Much of his business career was spent with the Anglo American Group. Among other positions he is a former Chief Executive of Business Leadership South Africa – Editor
Editorial Note
An Exciting Initiative: Omega and Cape Messenger: Cape Messenger website live.
A creative,


RE-VISITING CHURCHILL

A Review of Boris Johnson’s The Churchill Factor – How One Man Made History
21 July 2015
Boris Johnson, the rather shambolic and wacky mayor of London (he is also a Tory member of Parliament), is quite seriously talked about as a successor to Conservative Party leader David Cameron and therefore as a possible prime


VISA REGULATIONS: ACT NOW BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE

by James Vos, MP
Democratic Alliance Shadow Minister of Tourism
21 July 2015
Dear Insight Reader,
In the wake of last week’s embarrassing U-turn by Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom on a so-called review of government’s tourism-killing visa regulations, it is now clear that the government rushed into issuing these regulations before ensuring that all


PRESS AND POLITICS IN SOUTH AFRICA: A MATTER OF SOME CONCERN

8 July 2015
Dear Insight Reader,
South African newspapers in general played an important role in ending apartheid and in the launch of the new South Africa – something which is widely acknowledged in South Africa and internationally. What, however, is also acknowledged is that over the past 10 years the media has been under


Boost for Cruise Tourism in Cape Town welcomed

Not just Cape tourism but South African tourism should be delighted that Transnet has confirmed the successful bidder for the construction of a dedicated cruise terminal infrastructure at the Cape Town harbour. This comes after James Vos, the Democratic Alliance’s Shadow Minister for tourism has pushed the Government for this much needed tourism infrastructure.
The


“A GOOD MAN”: PRESIDENT OBAMA’S EULOGY ON FRIDAY

30 June 2015
Dear Insight Reader,
If you didn’t hear Pres Barack Obama’s eulogy on Friday in Charleston in the church where a white supremacist killed nine church members, including the senior pastor Clementa Pinckney, then you missed something quite remarkable. The church is one of the oldest black churches in America and has long