Why South Africa loves drinking-and-driving

We do all this because traditionally we are a nation of boozers and also, law enforcement is virtually non-existent, so who’s going to stop us?

Lawlessness at schools must be stopped

The violent protests at Bonginhlanhla High School in Pongola last week is a case in point of learners blatantly ‘biting the hand that feeds them’

ISSUES AT STAKE: Show us the money!

The collapse of the multi-million uLwamba community project in the Ntambanana area raises some disturbing questions, writes CARL DE VILLIERS

Dropping standards a folly

KZN tops the list of the number of enrollments with 169 023 out of the country’s 796 286 matric exam entrants, but a more worrying trend perhaps is the increased number of progressed matric pupils in the province

Crematorium for city long overdue

THE City of uMhlathuze’s approach to cemetery and crematorium provision is a progressive and welcome one

ISSUES AT STAKE: When a plan comes together

After yet another rewarding Sanca/Bay Watch ‘Walk Away from Drugs’ event, editor DAVE SAVIDES reflects on what makes such efforts succeed