Help the police to help us all, and report crime, instead of complaining all the time.
How can a municipality lose R3 million of utility poles, plus the paperwork? It’s easy, if you know how.
Migration from rural to urban areas is inevitable. So why not encourage people to grow food in the city?
The president’s letter to public servants glosses over the dysfunctional state of government departments
A grubby farm-type childhood boosts the immune system. Today’s bug-fearing parents worry needlessly.
Women grow 80% of food in Africa, yet own 1% of arable land. This unfair practice affects food security.
Fewer government entities are receiving clean audits. Greed and nepotism are at the bottom of this.
Government throws a fortune at small-scale farmer development – yet fails to monitor the results.
Bad short-term solutions can produce disastrous long-term results, hurting those you’re trying to help.
Will the billions of rands allocated to farmers all be allocated correctly? With our officials, don’t bet on it.
The number of youth at the recent Afasa conference is a good sign. Let’s hope it means positive changes.
A 52% wage hike is a wonderful idea – for the few workers who are left to earn a wage.