• Tuesday, September 01 2015
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LETTER: Bruce should brush up on plan

Industrial Policy Action Plan a nuanced set of interlocking programmes not hymn to centralised planning

LETTER: Barber snips the facts

Columnist Simon Barber fails to back up his claims on ANC discussion papers beyond attacking typos and syntax

LETTER: Cruelty lost in a bookkeeper’s view

An image grab taken off a video on Tuesday reportedly released by the Islamic State group through Al-Furqan Media, one of the Jihadist platforms used by the militant organisation on the web, allegedly shows Japanese hostages Kenji Goto (L) and Haruna Yukawa (R) in orange jumpsuits with a black-clad militant brandishing a knife as he addresses the camera in English, standing between them at an undisclosed location. Picture: AFP PHOTO

Stalking Islamic State fanatics in Iraq will proved hunters with the same adrenalin rush

LETTER: Youth can do the job

Crisis in youth unemployment requires drastic action

LETTER: Parents breed winner


Without real parental support, no amount of state engineering will breed champions

LETTER: Not a sober measure

Alcohol consumption. Picture: THE TIMES

Michael Fridjhon is not neutral in debate on alcohol’s effects on health

LETTER: Judicial talks a waste

President Jacob Zuma and Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng at Thursday’s meeting. Picture: MOELETSI MABE/THE TIMES

In spite of authoritative delivery Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng didn’t really say anything significant after talks with Zuma

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Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa. The fight against rhino poaching has no easy victories, and not everyone agrees with her methods, but it’s undeniable that she’s committed and is making some progress.

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New secretary of N ational Planning Tshediso Matona. Considering everything that’s happened since he was suspended as Eskom’s CE in March, his annus horribilis has quite quickly become an annus mirabilis.

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Agency for New Agenda president Edward Mokhoanatse. Rather than a “public duty”, his party’s bid to use the courts to stop the Springboks playing in the Rugby World Cup smacks more of a “publicity stunt”.

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