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Donald Trump. Picture: REUTERS/CHRIS KEANE

LETTER: Alienated voters flock to Trump

Attacking Donald Trump is an attack on a growing tide of millions of angry Americans

LETTER: More collaboration


The Zumas and Nxamalalas were not strangers brought from the outside to destroy the Zulu kingdom. They were locals and insiders

LETTER: Greece is own enemy

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ brinkmanship has been as unhelpful in the sorry saga of the Greek crisis as German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s hardline approach. Picture: REUTERS

Walter Baets implies there are alternatives to mainstream economics and that SA has a ‘crucial voice’ to contribute

LETTER: Don’t blame Lonmin

MEMORIAL: Crosses planted on the koppie near the Nkaneng informal settlement in Marikana where 34 miners lost their lives at the hands of police during a protest in August 2012. Picture: THE TIMES

Why would any 'defence machinery and resources' be necessary when strike action is peaceful?

LETTER: Imaginary costs


Germany’s withdrawal from nuclear power sent its electricity prices higher

LETTER: Blind to ANC’s role

Gwede Mantashe. Picture: PUXLEY MAKGATHO

Gwede Mantashe is blind to the effect of the damaging conditions for growth and employment created by the ANC government

LETTER: Scratch my back …

President Jacob Zuma attends a working session at the 7th Brics summit in Ufa on Thursday. Picture:  AFP PHOTO/IVAN SEKRETAREV

Jacob Zuma has collaborated with the South African Communist Party for benefits

Jacob Zuma. Picture: JOHN HOGG

LETTER: Zumas are no traitors

As a student of history, Mr Dlamini has a peculiar way of reading history

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The Third Umpire

Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi, who has outdone himself in avoiding political accountability for the Nkandla scandal by blaming “neoliberal” outsourcing to private companies and “downsizing of the public service”.

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Parliamentary standing committee on appropriations chairman Paul Mashatile, for demanding the Treasury put as much pressure on government departments to pay their municipal bills as on councils to pay Eskom.

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Communications Minister Faith Muthambi, whose insistence that she was entitled to remove SABC board members has been discredited by the disclosure that her legal adviser was struck off the roll in 2007.

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