SA in free (fees) fall
T● The command that something be done by the president — and not the people of South Africa — is going to see us ride faster on the slippery road to oblivion.
The ANC NEC is so scared of President Zuma you can hear the shiver in their voices as they try by all means to support the man.
The ANC government ruined education when they lowered the pass grade. Later they gave the same kids a “bonus” to make sure they passed.
These struggling, poorly educated kids who cannot even read have found a vehicle to while away their empty heads and time — free education. — Sizwe Bsanzi Parkies
player simply because of his exotic hairstyle. Put the ball in the air and Skosan is unable to find it.
In Etsebeth he has picked a captain whose only ploy when the team is not winning is to give up completely and pass his negativity on to the other 14 players.
There are many more Boks who play as though this is their first time (hopefully their last).
The coach must take all the blame, not the team. Falling on his sword seems to be an acceptable solution. — Graham Lashbrooke, Cape Town
A Clay Model of a Ferrari J50,
2015, front, and a wooden model of the Ferrari 365 P by Pininfarina,
1966, left, on display at the Ferrari: Under the Skin exhibition at the Design Museum in London. Ferrari cars worth £140-million are featured in the exhibition, which marks the 70th anniversary of Ferrari