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Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson. Isn’t it strange how the appointment of the chairman of the PetroSA board suddenly has nothing to do with her when her “recommendation” for the post proves problematic?

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2014 Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton, whose victory in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the weekend sealed his second driver’s title and made him the first British multiple champion in 46 years.

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Tiger Brands CEO Peter Matlare, who has conceded that the company should have been more circumspect in its approach to Nigeria, where it has been forced to impair the value of its assets by a total of almost R1bn.

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FSB market conduct strategy head Leanne Jackson. Scrapping commissions on investment products may be a step too far, but something has to be done to rid the industry of perverse incentives and product mis-selling.

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Zimbabwe’ s first lady and wannabe president-for-life, Grace Mugabe, whose campaign style makes the US’ s Sarah Palin seem sophisticated by comparison. The circus has been taken over by the clowns.

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Mediclinic regional CEO Koert Pretorius, for getting into the spirit of the National Development Plan by linking up with Stellenbosch University to train undergraduate doctors. Public health needs all the help it can get.

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National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete, whose position has become untenable after she lost the confidence of opposition parties and control over the house more than once through her inability to act impartially.

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Rextru chairman Michael Krawitz. Shareholders may be more tolerant of the group’s archaic control structure if its operating subsidiaries were performing, but Queenspark is deep in the red. Change is required.

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It’ s hard to understand what SABC chairwoman Ellen Tshabalala is trying to achieve by appealing against the High Court decision that Parliament’s inquiry into her qualifications can proceed. Delaying the inevitable?

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Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown, who is clearly caught in the crossfire between SAA’s chairman and its CEO and does not have the political clout to ensure her interventions are taken seriously by either party.

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Nkandla ad hoc committee chairman Cedric Frolick, having already presided over a whitewash report on the scandal, has now used state security to justify ensuring all further discussion takes place in secret.

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Gauteng finance MEC Barbara Creecy, for introducing a new, more transparent government tender system in the province. When it comes to corruption and abuse of authority, there is no better disinfectant than sunlight.

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If the Grant-Thornton report on the job losses that could result from SA’s new border control regulations is even half right in its predictions, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba should better start looking for a new job too.

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Renault-Nissan Alliance chairman Carlos Ghosn. International vehicle safety body GlobalNCAP has recommended that the Datsun Go, launched in SA last month, be withdrawn after it failed a basic crash test.

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KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu, for employing as his chief of staff Mbuyiseni Mathonsi, Sadtu official who resigned after being accused of being the ringleader of the teacher bribes-for-jobs scandal in the province.

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US President Barack Obama. The rest of his second term looks set to be even more of a lame-duck one than the first after the Republicans won back the Senate in mid-term elections and made several other significant gains.

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Police commissioner Riah Phiyega. The police service is a laughing stock after an incident in Rabie Ridge this week in which two policemen were casually robbed of their firearms and locked in the back of their van.

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President Jacob Zuma. Just one of the negative side effects of the bloated executive that came into being on his watch is the soaring — some would say outrageous — cost of protecting its members.

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Transnet CEO Brian Molefe, for “making up” with BHP Billiton over access to the Richards Bay Coal Terminal by small black-owned mines. Admittedly, reduced international demand for coal has freed up capacity.

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The anonymous donor who has boosted Wits University’s coffers by a cool R100m. And kudos to Wits, for pledging to spend it on “strategic investments” that will contribute to filling the gaps in SA’s academic research.

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Billionaire mining magnate Patrice Motsepe, who has donated $1m to the fight against the spread of Ebola in West Africa. The symbolism is invaluable; Africa needs to show it has the will to tackle its own problems.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Plans to build 1,000 homes for Jewish settlers in annexed east Jerusalem make nonsense of lip service paid to the two-state solution and guarantee further conflict.

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Department of Transport aviation deputy director-general Zakhele Thwala, for trying to stop Emirates from introducing a fourth Dubai-Johannesburg flight. What’s the point of agreements if we plan to renege on them?

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DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane, whose criticism of the mini-budget lacked substance. How could Mr Nene have been “bolder” without compromising growth? Politics is the art of the possible, after all.

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Presidential business adviser Sandile Zungu, for doing his job by reminding SA’s Cabinet ministers that the state-owned enterprises have boards that are supposed to operate independently, without undue political interference.

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Arms deal commission head Judge Willie Seriti. Wouldn’t it be tragically ironic if subpoenaed witnesses who decline to testify because the inquiry has lost its credibility are the only people who are prosecuted?

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New Sita CEO Freeman Nomvalo. The financial discipline and cost-cutting measures he has introduced are long overdue at an agency that is among the most corrupt and wasteful of all SA’s state-owned entities.

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SABC chairwoman Ellen Tshabalala, who not only insists, against all evidence to the contrary, that she has her claimed qualifications, but objects to the media reporting on her appearance in Parliament. The irony!

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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, for so shamelessly trying to get her hands on Madiba’s beloved Qunu home, which he placed in trust before his death. Why wait until now before disputing a divorce that was finalised in 1996?

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Rural Development Minister Gugile Nkwinti. What was the point of reopening the land claims process if there is no budget to cover the R150bn or more restitution will cost the state? Is chronic volatility the goal?

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President Jacob Zuma. It is he, not a finance minister with minimal political clout, who should be appealing for moderation in public sector wage demands. SA is on the brink of another economically disastrous rating cut.

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Former Safa vice-president Chief Mwelo Nonkonyana, who is wasting everyone’s time resisting his dismissal. A large majority of conference delegates voted to uphold the decision. What clearer message could there be?

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Arms deal critic Terry Crawford-Browne. Peddling discredited conspiracy theories with no evidence to back them up is unhelpful in getting to the bottom of arms-deal corruption.

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Judge Mahube Molemela. Her recommendation by the Judicial Service Commission as the next Free State judge president brings much-needed gender diversity to the bench at the top level.

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, whose plans for world domination have been dented by the European Union’s decision to probe Amazon’s tax arrangements with Luxembourg on suspicion of tax evasion.

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Prasa CEO Lucky Montana. Accepting the auditor-general’s negative findings on a R3.5bn locomotive deal is a good start, but deals — especially of this magnitude — need to be beyond reproach from the very beginning.

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Sadtu general secretary Mugwena Maluleke. Calling for pupils’ annual national assessments to be scrapped because the results make teachers look bad is a very Sadtu-esque approach to the problem.

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Former prosecutions boss Bulelani Ngcuka. Five years down the line, he has decided to speak out about the decision to drop charges against President Jacob Zuma. What on earth could have taken him so long?

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Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula. No annual report, financial statements or audit report available for the Department of Military Veterans? Hear that sound? Those are corruption warning bells that are ringing.

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Justice Minister Michael Masutha, for forging ahead with reforms aimed at reinforcing the judiciary’s institutional independence. Now to persuade his boss the prosecuting authority should have the same status.

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Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi, for calling a media briefing to explain his department’s R34.8bn in irregular expenditure, pre-empting the release of its annual report. Now let’s see what he does about it.

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Capitec CEO Gerrie Fourie. The bank posted a 21% rise in headline earnings for the six months to August, underscoring the difference between its business model and that of failed competitor African Bank.

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Department of Health chief director of HIV/AIDS Thobile Mbengashe, for pushing back against Cosatu-aligned unions that are preventing the use in SA of an Israeli-made circumcision device that reduces HIV transmission.

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Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson, for withholding from public scrutiny the nuclear co-operation deals the government is signing with a range of countries. Such agreements must surely be ratified by Parliament?

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Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins. The UK-based bank, which owns the Absa brand in SA, was fined twice in one day by separate regulators in the UK and US for client account failures, and will pay a total of $77m in fines.

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Net1 CEO Serge Belamant. Subsidiary Moneyline Financial Services has been accused by the National Credit Regulator of granting unsecured loans to social grant recipients without conducting affordability assessments.

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ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe, whose appeal for Parliament to protect President Jacob Zuma from “humiliation and embarrassment” is misdirected. It is he who must change his attitude to accountability.

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Former GlaxoSmithKline China head Mark Reilly, who will be deported back to the UK after pleading guilty to having bribed doctors to prescribe the company’s drugs and being handed a three-year suspended sentence.

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EFF commander Julius Malema. You don't have to like him, or believe that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa “has blood on his hands” from Marikana, to support Malema's right to freedom of speech in Parliament.

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Parliamentary Speaker Baleka Mbete. Surviving a no-confidence vote through a crude majority in the house is all very well but what matters is credibility, and the sad reality is she has precious little of that.

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De Beers CEO Philippe Mellier, who is fighting a losing battle in trying to restore the group to its former money-printing glory. Those days are gone, along with the cartel’s diamond supply monopoly.

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Outspoken right-wing musician Steve Hofmeyr, for going to court to silence a critic who has put sponsors under pressure to withdraw their support for his music. If you dish it out, you need to be able to take it.

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International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane. SA abstained from voting on a landmark UN resolution condemning North Korea’s rights abuses. Does this mean we condone them, or just don’t care?

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The writing is clearly on the wall for Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi, yet he cannot bring himself to take the plunge and commit to the new socialist political movement that is being started by Numsa.

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Israeli boycott leader Muhammed Desai. Buying shares in companies such as Woolworths to pressure them into taking a moral stance is way better than stunts such as putting pigs’ heads in kosher butcheries.

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EFF commander Julius Malema. While the party has been punching above its weight in Parliament and on the streets, it seems its prospective provincial leaders have been more focused on punching each other.

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President Jacob Zuma, for sitting on a bill aimed at reducing corruption by banning public servants from doing business with the state. There were suspicions all along that the initiative was an election stunt.

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Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson, for ignoring corporate governance concerns to railroad through her choice of candidates for the Petrosa board, despite concerns expressed by the acting chairman.

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Curro CEO Chris van der Merwe. The education group has withdrawn its offer to buy Cida City Campus’ s property after learning that about 500 of the college’ s students would be stranded. It was the right thing to do.

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Mobile network Cell C. By dragging a critic to court for defamation it has committed the cardinal sin of marketing — giving oxygen to the very issue you are trying to suppress. Now a local problem has gone national.

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Tshwane city manager Jason Ngobeni, whose hardline stance over unpaid municipal bills is bearing fruit, with more than R300m flowing into the city’s coffers in just a few days. That said, there’s still more than R6bn in arrears.

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ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe, for failing to identify the main reason union federation Cosatu is falling apart: its leaders’ co-option by the governing party and involvement in factional politics to workers’ detriment.

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Police Minister Nathi Nhleko, for abusing the sub judice rule to avoid having to answer tough questions on the investigation into corruption charges laid against President Jacob Zuma with regard to Nkandla.

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Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu, appointed to head the new portfolio with huge expectations for job creation but with neither staff nor a budget allocation, must feel she’ s been set up to fail.

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Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi. It’s all very well for the federation to reject the government’s decision to freeze the number of state employees to cut costs and control the budget deficit, but what is the alternative?

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Robben Island Museum CE Sibongiseni Mkhize, who assures us the efficiency of the ferry service to what should be SA’s prime tourism site will improve as soon as a new boat is acquired. We’ve heard this all before.

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Acting Zambian president Guy Scott is getting a bit ahead of himself after becoming Africa’s first white democratic head of state. Surely he could have waited a little longer before plunging headlong into intraparty politics.

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US Secretary of State John Kerry, for making the right noises about climate change. Any meaningful attempt to combat it needs the US to play a big role, which has been sorely lacking for some time.

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Former Burkina Faso president Blaise Compaoré. Forced out of power after 27 years in charge, his departure leaves a vacuum that has been filled by the military and which may do untold further damage to the country.

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Pension Funds Adjudicator Muvhango Lukhaimane, who has cleared the complaints backlog for the first time since the office was created 16 years ago, despite a 5% increase in the number of complaints last year.

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SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, for employing the “Stalingrad strategy” favoured by his mentor, President Jacob Zuma, to avoid accounting for his actions. Delay, obfuscate, appeal and delay again.

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Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu is right in saying the state does not have the resources to give everyone a free house, but her choice of age as a criterion is arbitrary and contrary to the constitution.

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HCI director Yunis Shaik, who appears to be at the centre of the boardroom dispute that has led to executive chairman Marcel Golding’s resignation. This proverbial bad penny just keeps popping up wherever there is trouble.

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Northam CEO Paul Dunne, for acting to avoid controversy over the company’s choice of empowerment partners by having an independent audit done on all potential participants. The “usual suspects” are wealthy enough.

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Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene. If good wishes could ensure his “tough love” medium-term budget policy statement is implemented, we would be home dry. Sadly, there are many hurdles to overcome.

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Communications Workers Union general secretary Aubrey Tshabalala. Sasol Inzalo’s bid to bypass a rule requiring documentation to be posted to shareholders does not augur well for striking workers’ job security.

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Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene, for taking the rational step of starting to offload state-owned assets such as the Vodacom stake to help fund Eskom’s capital requirements. The government should get back to basics.

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Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi. If he truly believes the biggest problem facing our health system is that private citizens spend more than the state, we are in trouble. It is public health services that are broken.

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Parliamentary energy committee chairman Fikile Majola, for calling Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson to appear to explain what all these nuclear co-operation deals are all about. He can but try.

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Gauteng co-operative governance MEC Jacob Mamabolo, who wants the province’ s reservoirs declared national key points after last month’ s water crisis. Except the problem was mismanagement, not security.

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Former Malagasy president Marc Ravalomanana, who was arrested on Monday shortly after returning from exile in SA. It is becoming apparent that the country’ s reinstatement into the Sadc was premature.

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Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute director Ani Tsondru. The government may have good reasons for keeping the details of its nuclear agreements secret, but if so let’s hear them.

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Gauteng premier David Makhura. The dire state of his government’s departments is not of his making and didn’t come about on his watch, but it is something he is going to have to strive to fix.

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Public Protector Thuli Madonsela. Her investigation into wildlife attacks on people living near the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi reserve, and her recommendations to solve the problem, gives new meaning to her title.

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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema. Having accepted the charges against them, who else but the majority party did they expect to dominate the committee that must hear the charges? The EFF?

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Reserve Bank governor-designate Lesetja Kganyago. He is richly deserving of the job and is far and away the best person to fill Gill Marcus’s shoes. The markets know that and so, it seems, does the President.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin. His crackdown on civil society continues, with a new law banning public demonstrations between 10pm and 7am. The chickens will eventually come home to roost.

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Woolworths sustainability head Justin Smith. Saving R273m through energy-saving measures demonstrates to business the importance of keeping energy costs low in this energy-constrained environment.

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President Jacob Zuma, who also heads the interministerial committee on energy security, for insisting that SA forge ahead with the nuclear power procurement process, which we now learn may not even be an open tender.

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Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, who has revealed in her annual report to Parliament that her office is in dire straits financially, with staff overworked. Not much sympathy from the government, unfortunately.

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Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga, whose luxury German official vehicle has been attached by the sheriff after her department failed to pay money owed to teachers in the Eastern Cape. Oh, the humiliation.

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Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane, who has called for cable theft to be treated as economic sabotage. That’s all very well, but it will have little effect as long as most of the “saboteurs” are not caught.

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Nkandla ad hoc committee chairman Cedric Frolic, for suggesting the ANC members could carry on sitting without representatives of the opposition, who walked out on Friday. Not if its recommendations are to be credible.

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Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim. The union has every right to organise across sectors, even if that brings it into conflict with Cosatu, but it does not have the right to flout the provisions of the Labour Relations Act.

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Safa chief financial officer Gronie Hluyo, who has confirmed no commissions will be paid in connection with the R1bn broadcast deal the football association signed recently with pay-TV outfit Siyaya. Makes a nice change.

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PPC CEO Ketso Gordhan, who resigned with immediate effect on Monday, apparently after bumping heads with the company’s board. Whatever the cause of the conflict, the upheaval is clearly not in shareholders' interests.

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President Jacob Zuma, for forging ahead with a nuclear power deal that bears a striking resemblance to the multibillion-rand arms deal. If it looks like a duck, sounds like a duck, smells like a long-dead duck ...

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Harvard professor Ricardo Hausmann, who expressed disappointment at the South African government’s indecisiveness on policy and apparent inability to implement its numerous economic growth plans.

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Corruption Watch chairman Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, for insisting Deputy Defence Minister Kebby Maphatsoe be charged despite his reluctant apology for slander against the public protector.

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Controversial Independent Police Investigative Directorate head Robert McBride, whose first appearance before Parliament's police committee got off to a rocky start when it became apparent that he was ill-prepared.

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Nigerian “prophet” Temitope Balogun Joshua, who bears responsibility for the horrific deaths of scores of pilgrims, apparently including numerous South Africans, who are feared crushed under a collapsed church building.

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Communication Workers Union general secretary Clyde Mervin, for preventing a settlement of the Post Office strike despite the fact that 98% of employees have reported for work, including most of his members.

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Netcare CEO Richard Friedland. It’s a pity the group’s positive outlook is largely a product of a dysfunctional public health system, but let’s see it as another reason to celebrate the private sector.

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National Council Against Smoking head Yussuf Saloojee, for blaming rampant cigarette smuggling on the tobacco industry when the obvious culprits are excessive taxation and poor law enforcement.

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