The Considered View

Muthambi, ANC lock horns over digital migration

The television digital migration issue has put the ANC's headquarters, Luthuli House, on a collision course with Communications Minister Faith Muthambi.

The disagreement has reached a level where both parties are unusually making public statements about each other.

In his Considered View, Stephen Grootes explores the disagreement between the minister and the party that deployed her.

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What exactly happened at Sars?

What exactly happened at Sars?

Stephen Grootes explores options to establish the truth in the Sars saga so that no questions remain unanswered.

Is it rocket science that visa regulations impact tourism?

Is it rocket science that visa regulations impact tourism?

Stephen Grootes looks at the leadership lessons to be learnt from the visa regulations exercise that has had a big impact on the local tourism industry.

Tourism industry will have to work hard to repair SA's image

Tourism industry will have to work hard to repair SA's image

Stephen Grootes says the announcement of relaxed visa requirements has saved the tourism industry.

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'Charge Marikana miners when you charge the police'

The NPA has decided to charge 17 Marikana miners for the deaths of 10 people who were killed before the massacre.

Un-encrypted Digital TV statement lands Muthambi in hot water

Un-encrypted Digital TV statement lands Muthambi in hot water

Stephen Grootes explores the contradicting statements made by the Communications Ministry about DTT.

Can the ANC implement its NGC resolutions?

Can the ANC implement its NGC resolutions?

The ANC has taken bold resolutions at its National General Council (NGC) meeting, but questions remain about the implementation thereof.

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