Lead Opinion South Africa

Mufamadi and Lamche leave us with more questions than answers

The mother of the Nation, Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela-Mandela was laid to rest this past Saturday after an official period of mourning. Hardly 48 hours later former Police Minister Sydney Mufamadi held a press conference at the St. Georges Cathedral in Cape Town. Mufamadi’s press conference emanates from him being named in the now famous ‘WINNIE ‘documentary. Mufamadi according to […]

Lead Opinion South Africa

Winnie in death reveals the discomforting truth of ANC complicity, can it survive this truth come 2019!

Clyde Ramalaine JOHANNESBURG – The death and memorial services of the Mother of the Nation has revealed much. As is with many funerals of mothers, things are unveiled and revealed that were for some unknown, kept secret, hidden and under wraps. On another level, times of mourning forces friends and foes to engage one another because […]

Lead Opinion South Africa

Eskom’s engineered privatisation at the hand of forced Renewable Energy IPPS!

Phapano Pasha Where are the black intellectuals and black businesspeople when White minority and foreign capital including the politically connected within the ANC  are about to benefit from another self-invented social grant scheme worth over R1.4 trillion in the form of IPPs that will see dividends flowing out of this country for the next 15 […]

Lead Opinion

Will Trump survive his first term?

Clyde Ramalaine If Napoleon Bonaparte taught us anything it was, fighting more than one war at a time, is simply not wise. Donald Trump America’s 45th president now famous for launching his second term campaign hardly 30 days into the office, is facing a proverbial war understood in a barrage of essentially self-inflicted hurricanes.  This […]

Opinion South Africa

Abrahams’ announcement continues a NPA tradition, Ngcuka and Mpshe led – as serving political interest and not necessarily justice!

Advocate Shaun Abrahams, the NDPP on Friday confirmed the worst kept secret of recent times, that he has informed former President Jacob Zuma through the latter’s attorneys that he was going to charge him on the 13 year long, 18 account charges. The charge sheet concerns itself with 783 recorded transactions of question in frames […]

Lead Opinion South Africa

CASAC’S failed ‘urgent application’ perhaps more political than constitutional!

  The role of civil society formations in democratic societies remains underscored as necessary, helpful, and useful. This role while in a general context understood in this frame, in South Africa’s post apartheid context is not as noble or honourable as is comfortably assumed.   We must ask again what then is the overarching meaning […]