Monday, November 15 2021
They say everyone has a price. What will the ANC’s be?
Local leaders are putting pressure on the national structure to jump into bed with the EFF, but at what cost?
I didn’t order a hit on fellow cadre, says new ANC councillor
Bullets fly as three gunmen gatecrash outgoing KwaMashu councillor’s farewell party, leaving one dead
MY ELECTIONS DIARY | Welkom to the pothole province
Some parts of the Free State are so bad it’s hard to tell a ‘tarred’ stretch of road from a gravel one
Broke and broken Emfuleni hopes to free itself from ANC stranglehold
Other parties aim for a workable coalition after ANC slips from 55.63% of the vote in 2016 to 39.71% this year
R165m: that’s how much Emfuleni has wasted on a trio of non-starters
A sports facility, testing station and transport hub lie in ruins, raising the ire of residents
Lack of access or hesitancy? Either way, SA’s vaccine rollout is uneven
Expert from Wits University says government has handled ‘demand creation’ poorly
EDITORIAL | Will Gauteng’s water outage douse future fires?
If everyone plays their part this could be so. Let’s just hope the project doesn’t drown in shortcuts and corruption
Without a vision, SA perishes: how Godongwana got it all wrong
Austerity has only brought recession, stagnation and worse inequality. What our economy needs is stimulation
Forget the words of this COP26 deal. Follow the money
While the pact’s language is softer than initial proposals, the commitment to curtail fossil fuel subsidies is promising
Not vaccinated yet? Well, into hard lockdown you go
I don’t see that two thirds should lose their freedom because one third is hesitating, says Austrian chancellor
FBI’s email hacked, confirming cyber threats are on the rise
Spam email reaches at least 100,000 mailboxes, but system targeted isn’t for classified information, says expert
Beware gift-bearing robber barons because there’s almost always a catch
By donating large sums to centres of learning, tainted family dynasties and opportunists seek to blunt human rights
From AI bots to user data: is there space for rights in the metaverse?
Digital spaces are raising privacy and ownership questions, with experts urging regulators to widen safeguards