Ranjeni Munusamy comes in for Justice Malala, for ‘The Burning Platform’, brought to you by Nando’s. Ranjeni marinades over the Tripartite Alliance Summit, and the “social distance” they’ve cultivated with the masses. The findings of the Marikana Report are examined. Nkandla; What are the political costs? Blade Nzimande says that the law should be “put […]

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  Judge President of the High Court in Pretoria, Dunstan Mlambo had some things to say. Should the NPA consider charges against those who helped flout the order to let Bashir escape? And does President Zuma really want to bring back some Apartheid laws?  

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Justice can’t ignore SANRAL and the eTolls, the latest trade union changes, and social grants are going to take their toll on our economy. Justice also focuses on the AU Summit. And Justice examines the dismissed corruption charges against President Zuma.  

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Justice Malala looks at the Fifa bribery allegations. Let’s just admit it: we paid a bribe. NPA head Mxolisi Nxasana got a R17.3-million golden handshake. Jacob Zuma seems to make rubbish appointments and then makes us pay for them. SARS threw out the Julius Malema sequestration case. Why?  

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President Zuma talks about The Poverty of Politics, but Justice Malala talks about The Poverty of Empathy. The EFF has brought real quality debate to parliament. How long will it take President Zuma to address the Marikana Report? The petrol situation in Nigeria makes FIFA look clean. And Burundi’s President just doesn’t want to step […]

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Justice Malala makes a sobering point on e-Tolls. What will Danny Jordaan do for Port Elizabeth? Rob Davies’s BEE plans were a really bad idea. The public sector gets a 7% pay increase, and this is becoming problematic… can we afford this?  

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What’s the point of a referendum on the death penalty? The DA sex scandal hasn’t gone away. Mmusi Maimane has his work cut out for him, if as assumed he takes over from Helen Zille. And looks like the SA Revenue Services has become a bit politically toxic.  

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The build-up to next year’s election is hotting up already. Justice Malala carefully dissects the xenophobic violence. Why did we not really notice that Helen Zille resigned as the DA leader? We still can’t fathom the stupidity of the Wits SRC President. And what’s the deal with the Hawks?  

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