AfriForum criticises Craig Warriner’s plea deal for lack of disclosure

The recent plea deal resulting in a 25-year prison sentence for Craig Warriner is under scrutiny for allegedly failing to serve the interests of justice and providing minimal benefit to the State beyond administrative closure.

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Letters from readers

In today’s article we share three pieces of correspondence. E-mail 1: This mail, dated 15 December, was sent to the FSB: People are talking about a test that has to be done by […]

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Vernon you beauty!

An empathic 9 wicket win within three days is not an everyday experience in New Zealand – but that is exactly what the Proteas did! They lead the series 1 – nil with […]

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I’m an Englishman in Phalaborwa

August 1: Just got transferred with work from London, UK to our new home in Phalaborwa, Limpopo, South Africa. Now this is a town that knows how to live! Beautiful, sunny days and […]

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Identity Theft

The recent case where a client’s account was stripped of R62 000 after her cell phone SIM card was cloned, caused quite a stir in the media. The bank was, obviously, quick to […]

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Study Material for the RE's

It appears that a lot of questions we receive every day are based on hearsay, speculation or inappropriate reference to available resources. At the risk of sounding like a recording, we have to […]

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The Mother of all Collapses…

A brave decision by Proteas skipper, Smith, paid out more than they bargained for. The play on words “paid out” is deliberate as I think it was a gamble on a pitch which […]

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Hostile Proteas Evens Contest

On day 2 of the 1st test against the Black caps the Proteas managed to regain most of the lost ground conceded during day 1 with what can only be described as a […]

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Rugby Colours & Onto the real deal

I could not help thinking of Donavan’s memorable song “Colours” when contemplating this column. While the Bulls hogged the lime(?)light for obvious reasons, a few other factors related to hues also raised some […]

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Super Rugby & African balance restored…

Super Rugby Round 2 – Will some Fallacies be Exposed? by Paul Despite rigorous pre-season training, the walking wounded, after the warm-up matches and last week’s first round bouts, must delight the medical […]

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