Editor’s note

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

Thanda sale: late light in the tunnel?

There has been plenty of animated reaction since the announcement last week that Thanda Royal Zulu’s PSL franchise has been sold to AmaZulu

Drought has not been broken

For the farming community, winter rain always spells good news as it is not subject to evaporation

Another paper tiger exercise?

From a general public perspective, the government ban on the transportation of schoolchildren on bakkies – the so-called ‘bakkie taxis’ – will be welcomed

Workers have cause to celebrate today

Today sees the celebration of one of the oldest and most universal of public holidays. Workers’ Day, known also as May Day or Labour Day in countries across the world, has always been associated with the start of spring (northern hemisphere) as well as the celebration of the economic and social achievements of workers. In…