Opinion and Analysis

Why is the government in such a muddle over vaccination?

Decisions are chaotic and lack transparency

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17 June 2021

South Africa’s vaccine rollout can succeed

But it will require leadership and tough negotiations with drug companies

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14 June 2021

Covid-19: one month of discipline could save 20,000 lives

The time for social distancing is right now

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10 June 2021

It’s apartheid, say Israeli ambassadors to South Africa

“It is clearer than ever that the occupation is not temporary, and there is not the political will in the Israeli government to bring about its end.”

Ilan Baruch and Alon Liel

8 June 2021

Can the vaccine rollout be sped up?

There are several bottlenecks that need to be fixed

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7 June 2021

City’s approach to homeless people is not working

This simplistic narrative of helping to reduce homelessness by just donating to one group of shelters is harmful

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1 June 2021

South Africa’s vaccine rollout needs a boost

The number of vaccinations is far below the number of vaccine doses in the country. The available vaccines need to be used urgently.

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27 May 2021

Why should South Africans care about Israel’s apartheid?

“We recognise apartheid when we see it” say South African Jews

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21 May 2021

Western Cape’s housing policy open for public comment

The province has set out guidelines for its municipalities

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20 May 2021