Saturday, November 30 2019
Looting politicos are being nailed at last. Great, but we need more, pronto
FREE TO READ | Arrest of Bongo et al is heartening, as is the Estina probe’s completion. Let’s hope it’s just the start
Complaints about difficult matric exam papers are not adding up
FREE TO READ | We focus on making exams easier instead of fixing the ways we teach and learn
‘Unreasonably’ tough maths paper equals matric pain
FREE TO READ | Exam's difficulty sparks calls from pupils and teachers for marks to be adjusted upwards
My shock-o-meter’s reading of Malema allegations: priceless
FREE TO READ | My very first, entirely unconscious, reaction to the R4m allegation was to ask: Is that really so bad?
Why it’s no longer a simple matter of seafood, eat food
FREE TO READ | If we want seafood to remain on menus we need to be mindful of where it came from and how it was caught
Anybody have an idea where we are and where we’re going?
FREE TO READ | I’ve lost my sense of what the rules are, or who’s making them. Are we pointed in the same direction?
Utterly perfect: the dying era of tender departures and messy goodbyes
FREE TO READ | Some last words had the clearest ring of authenticity, while some were a little too polished
Book extract: ‘Catching Tadpoles: The Shaping of a Young Rebel’
FREE TO READ | What made a young white boy from Joburg give up privilege and join the liberation struggle?
Bookmarks: Best 2019 fiction – foreign, English and US
FREE TO READ | A fortnightly look at books, writers and reviews
Eddie Jones: Winning the Kiwi battle but losing the Bok war
FREE TO READ | You can sometimes find yourself jumping at shadows or second-guessing decisions, reckons the England ...