Thursday, June 23 2022
State capture: for some, the whip cracks, but many are still free as birds
A look at how far authorities have come in holding them accountable and how far they need to go to bring more to book
Now that Cyril has the Zondo report: where to from here?
The history of commissions of inquiry hints at what may come of the report, says legal expert
Hoping for a senior certificate for adults? Forget it, there’s no cash
A lack of funds has seen the pilot project, involving 10,000 students at 54 learning centres, grind to a halt
From top to bottom: why is SA the most unequal country?
Close the wealth gap and deal with government, say poverty experts
SA’s hospitality industry is ready to toast the ditching of masks indoors
Industry umbrella body Fedhasa says health department recommendation to repeal mask-wearing is long overdue
It’s curtain up on SA demanding accountability from its leaders
As the curtain closes on the state capture inquiry, it’s up to us to ensure the country doesn’t return to the brink
R1m just to attend meetings is something to be ‘tone deaf’ about
It’s mind-boggling that MPs feel entitled to a salary increase when their constituents can’t make ends meet
No mention of corruption as Nigeria’s presidential hopefuls slug it out
Nigeria presidential candidates Bola Tinubu and Atiku Abubakar have long been dogged by corruption accusations
Could Kaliningrad spark a spiral of doom between Russia and the West?
Like a zombie from the graveyard of past European strife, the region has risen again to sow discord
US gun-safety legislation the ‘biggest breakthrough in decades’
Democrats, Republicans find common ground to make massacres such as those in Texas, New York ‘less likely’
From sickness to health: in Italy, art is being resurrected from ashes
Thousands of art works, damaged in church collapses in 2016 earthquakes, have been restored and rehomed
Is Beyoncé’s new single the soundtrack to the ‘Great Resignation’?
To some, the lyrics channel the post-pandemic situation in which businesses are struggling to find enough workers
Back to nature: landmark law seeks to restore 20% of EU land in eight years
In terms of proposed legislation, countries will have to produce national plans to contribute to the aims
I hope Banyana call Jordaan’s electioneering bluff and win Awcon
Safa president Danny Jordaan is so desperate to hang on to his job he’s offered R10m if Banyana Banyana win Awcon
The men stay home while Banyana go out there for better pay: Kgatlana
The Atletico de Madrid forward says male players get to stay in their comfort zones because PSL pays well