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theCommentator

theCommentator

How DailySun did not consult a strong sangoma. I am dissapointed.

08/11/2015

PacificaRose

PacificaRose

The truth is racist, because race matters.

24/10/2017

Phalo

Phalo

And with all that information, she will be disgraced and will disappear into oblivion. On the other hand, Brian and Anoj will continue milking it. Yup days of our lives

31/10/2017

Somaartakeone OhmeGod

Somaartakeone OhmeGod

did Mosilo give you minutes of the meeting where eskom was identified as the next cash cow? what criteria was used to chose Eskom, who was in this meeting, dates please would be helpful. and list of staff shuttled btwn eskom and trillian for such purposes so that I can ask these parliamentarians what have they done about this. thanks if this is true, it would suggest that these ppl, didn't work from the day of their appointments they planned and committed theft.

31/10/2017

Jenny Carless

Jenny Carless

Great photos, Samuel!

24/10/2017

shotofhealth

shotofhealth

The top politicians couldn't give a damn about anybody else. They are beholden to the corporatocracy which runs the world. Lining their own pockets (billions and billions and billions of Rands get stolen each year) and building their own bunkers (for when the poo really hits the fan...), our "government" is a disgrace. An absolute disgrace. They should all be rounded up and incarcerated. "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" should be compulsory reading for all students of finance. Our government doesn't run the country, they are selling out just like many/most other countries.

30/10/2017

RodB

RodB

Aah... so not some Scottish king of German descent. :)

30/10/2017

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

Only capital expenditure should ever be financed by debt. Any person with economic savvy will tell you that. We should NEVER allow the government to waste our money or make any debt on behalf of future generations unless future generations can repay the debt from income generated by that debt, To give a politician a blank cheque is fatal

29/10/2017

winston jackson

winston jackson

excuse me..? which bus have you fallen off

28/10/2017

winston jackson

winston jackson

I think he is that guy who loves to hear the sound of his own voice and at the best of times doesn't even know what he's talking about himself.

28/10/2017

Renier Gouws

Renier Gouws

The poor will starve and massive riots will break out, which might lead to UN involvement.

28/10/2017

Renier Gouws

Renier Gouws

Unfortunately the tax revolt will have to be initiated by big business and they will only act when the bow of the SAS South Africa dips beneath the waves. They do not realize that the SAS SA Titanic was mortally wounded when it hit the ANC iceberg. Maybe the real credit downgrade (listing ship) will make them aware of the danger that through inaction, they will lose everything.

28/10/2017

Renier Gouws

Renier Gouws

A deficit is fine in a growing economy, but in a shrinking economy such as SA it is fatal. The rest of the world is growing, but not SA and we can thank our idiots and thieves in charge for that. They are 100% to blame, even though they are like children frantically thinking of ways to deflect the blame onto the whites.

28/10/2017

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

Literally translated "Cognitive disconnection" actually means brain dead.

28/10/2017

Teresa

Teresa

"Cognitive disconnection" - so much more polite than "stupidity". :-)

27/10/2017

WakeSleepers

WakeSleepers

The blinkered and blinded arrogance of the McKaiser poisonous chameleon turncoat is infuriating. I cannot count the number of times I have turned the radio off when he starts with his chip-on-the shoulder nonconstructive bile spewing.

27/10/2017

Zeph

Zeph

It is not only the middle class - the cost of bread or corn will rocket as I assume inflation will go a bit crazy. We do peg out primary crop price to international prices.

27/10/2017

Zeph

Zeph

I disagree. People can change their minds as situations change. Sometimes a belief is held so strongly you literally need a slap in the face to see reality. Here we need to acknowledge the personal struggle and change of perception. A smug 'I told you so' is nothing. It could be worse - there are people who cannot change their belief, and with the contradictions they face have no expression but anger through frustration - but they still will not see, Lets accept others change in opinion and be thankful for it. There is dialogue there, not violence.

27/10/2017

Macafrican

Macafrican

Just bring on the domestic debt do grade and get it over with!! Let’s see how much the new ANC middle class likes their credit card, mortgage and car repayments doubling in a single month. Go look at 1986/87 Between a debt downgrade and a tax revolt we can be rid of the Zuptas

27/10/2017

Marty

Marty

I think you give them too much credit - imagine rather a scene from 'one flew over the cuckoo's nest' and the 'midnight special' is ln charge of the keys. Lobotomy's all round is the solution.

27/10/2017

RodB

RodB

Who is McKaiser?

27/10/2017

Citizen x

Citizen x

It is really so galling to see someone like McKaiser adding his voice to the criticism of Gigaba., well deserved as criticism is There are some people whose strident voices have done so much to undermine any possibility of an upward trajectory for this country with their divisive and destructive world views. South Africa has been stripped of its intellectual and physical capital because of the toxic climate created by some of the people who are now finally starting to see just how profoundly damaging the ANC government really is. They would do far better to take themselves off to some quiet corner and introspect on whether their views actually add anything of value and then remain silent. When many of us were critical in the past going back 20 years,we were simply accused of being racists whose previous "privilege" should exclude us from the right to a voice. That we were absolutely correct is lost on these people who are now so late to the cacophonous party. They are legion, and not any any positive way

27/10/2017

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

To eat 95.7 grams of meat in stead of 100 grams is easily achieved and will hardly be noticed (4.3% saving). But the cadres will much rather eat 150 grams today and believe that they will be able to steal 150 grams per day indefinitely. Such is the cognitive disconnection of the politically connected.

27/10/2017

Tony Fisher

Tony Fisher

In the preamble: "If Gigaba remains Finance Minister until the main budget in February, it could be a total ‘bloodbath’ ". And if he were to be replaced, would it make any significant difference?

26/10/2017

Vladimir

Vladimir

I no lik dis tax revolt ! - I put zuma an all you peoples on notice now - you had all betta start payin or dere gonna be trouble !

26/10/2017

William Gatt

William Gatt

Anthony Buttigieg - il-mexxej il-gdid tal-Partit Demokratiku - ghandu bicca xoghol iebsa fit-tmexxija tal-partit KBIR, INFLUENTI u GROSSOLAN li weldet il-pinnur Marlene Farrugia!!

01/11/2017

Ronald Jump

Ronald Jump

Do you think the prima donna will accept such thing to happen? She has obtained the 'power' she wanted and longed for thanks to the stupid pn and its previous leader. Now she is in a position to dictate.

31/10/2017

V Mercieca

V Mercieca

but according to the courts, the PD does not exist and only the PN is in parliament, as all the candidates elected were part of the PN list. As usual where Marlene is involved - hawwadni ha nifmek!

31/10/2017

Lauren Salerno

Lauren Salerno

Doesn't matter - in Parliament they are PN so no need for the party leader to be in Parliament

31/10/2017

Marco Farrugia

Marco Farrugia

Vera itkecca mi sptar tal gvern wara ghamel xi paprata ?

31/10/2017

Joseph Grech-Attard

Joseph Grech-Attard

Is this going to happen also to the PN? Leader of Party not leader of the opposition?

31/10/2017

Pierre Schembri-Wismayer

Pierre Schembri-Wismayer

Congratulations Anthony. Brilliant

31/10/2017

Ronald Jump

Ronald Jump

She will decide because in essence the seat belongs to pd.

31/10/2017

cracker

cracker

What party?

31/10/2017

Gozitano

Gozitano

Il -PARTIT DEMOKRATIKU jew ahjar il-Partit ta' Marlene taparsi ghandu Leader gdid. Nahseb li din l-ahbar ghad trid tissejjah IC-CAJTA TAS-SENA .

30/10/2017

Carmel Mifsud

Carmel Mifsud

Who decides the the vacant seat be filled by a co-option? If it is her party, then it will be PN, who will certainly opt for a true PN candidate.

30/10/2017

Marco Farrugia

Marco Farrugia

The democratic party cancelled it's elections . Very democratic for a democratic party . Seriously how many members does this party have 5 ?

30/10/2017

Ronald Jump

Ronald Jump

Godfrey will now resign because he is not made for politics and that's what his master wants. This non-entity Buttigieg will be co-opted to parliament since Godfrey's seat was obtained by a casual election.

30/10/2017

Paul Gauci

Paul Gauci

If Godfrey gives up his seat the co-option will be decided by the PN executive therefore they will immediately choose a veteran PN politician.

30/10/2017

Leminimmalemin

Leminimmalemin

hardly. actually a stupid one. Answer : none

30/10/2017

Craus Louis

Craus Louis

Xejn sew dot com

30/10/2017

Xandru.Gee

Xandru.Gee

It will be Godfrey

30/10/2017

Oliver Attard

Oliver Attard

it is not compulsory that the party leader will be a member of parliament as it is not compulsory that the party leader will assume responsibilities of prime minister if the party wins the election.

30/10/2017

Ray Schembri

Ray Schembri

Marlene: Min ser icedilu s-siggu?

30/10/2017

Maltipur

Maltipur

So now is either Marlene or Godfrey going to give up their seat to the new leader?

30/10/2017