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Who is Uber ac­count­able to?

Is Uber op­er­at­ing legally or il­le­gally in Gaut­eng? Who is re­spon­si­ble for al­low­ing Uber to op­er­ate? The provin­cial trans­port de­part­ment is mum on the mat­ter. Who can ur­gently clear up this mat­ter? – KL Rakod

JZ, al­lies be­tray the masses

The ANC spends a lot of time prais­ing its dead cadres in­stead of de­liv­er­ing ser­vices to the poor. Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma and his al­lies are mov­ing in the op­po­site di­rec­tion to the wishes of their dead com­rades. –Tornado

Of­fi­cials bi­ased against Bucs

Or­lando Pi­rates de­feated Ajax Cape Town 1-0 on Tues­day night in a game ref­eree Daniel Ben­net and his as­sis­tants can­not be proud of. They dis­al­lowed two proper and le­git­i­mate goals by Bucs’ striker Tham­sanqa Gabuza. The of­fi­cials also did not pun­ish any fouls on Pi­rates play­ers. The SA Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion should do some­thing about this state of af­fairs if they are se­ri­ous about up­root­ing cor­rup­tion and in­com­pe­tence from the lo­cal game. – Nathaniel Molok­wane, Eden­vale

Politi­cians, rich above the law

In South Africa politi­cians and the rich are above the law. They al­ways get pref­er­en­tial treat­ment, but the law is quick to come down heav­ily on the poor and the marginalised. We must put a stop on this. – Anony­mous

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