May 22, 2018

Most commentators seemed fairly resigned to switch to the more regressive tax policy announced in this year’s Budget Speech, saying it’s the only way to fill the empty coffers. But civil society is having none of this.

A submission to Parliament by the amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism on the proposed Critical Infrastructure Bill has been welcomed for expressly raising the omission of public interest and public domain defence clauses in the Bill.

The DA and EFF gained a lot from the disaster that was Zuma. Both made impressive gains at the polls in recent years with the result that electoral politics, and Parliament, have been reinvigorated as sites of public contention, writes Imraan Buccus.

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