To retain SA’s bread and butter, you need to get creative, Tito
To avoid a currency collapse and full-blown failed state, the country needs to ditch the tax-and-spend formula
Next month my new book, Future Tense — Reflections on my Troubled Land, will hit the bookshelves here.
There was one potential problem in crafting this effort, beyond the agonies of the creative process in general.
Writing the book during the first coronavirus lockdown in 2020, beyond the intimations of mortality it induced in us all, posed a dilemma. This is because of the fast-changing nature of the ever-mutating virus and the responses to it. The facts, the science and the policy responses, or lack of them, alter very quickly...