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“Solving” North Korea

Never mind the legalities of the situation. Never mind morality either. Just answer the pragmatic question: Is it ever a good idea to start a nuclear war? Because that’s the

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Let us think while we rest

In the darkness of the night, there are stars to guide the way of the traveller in the night, and if there be clouds, there is the innately acquired instinct

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Key factors for success

In the business world there are so many things that attract our attention and therefore can distract us from the important issues that business leaders need to pay attention to.

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Break down the Constitution for the layman

We live in a society where everything is systematic. Progression is dependent on fulfilling the requirements of a preceding phase or threshold. We find ourselves in constant need to prove

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Is the Council of State a ‘white elephant’?

Recent developments in the country have prompted serious debate amongst politicians, legal scholars and ordinary citizens alike over the role and powers of the Council of State. I shall strive

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On 3 June, say “No” to those who believe in invisible things

In last week’s article, I gave reasons why I was of the view that the decision by the PM not to resign was ill-considered. I gave nine reasons to explain

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The stage: art and politics

If one looks at the sky and points out the various constellations gathered in their various patterns of varied form and colour, then one begins to understand the age-old wisdom

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Handling the change management process

In my previous discussions I indicated that change can be initiated from a number of factors. Change in a business set-up can emanate from a company embarking on a new

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It makes no sense to dissolve parliament

The decision by the PM to advise His Majesty to dissolve parliament does not make sense to me.  Below are the reasons why I think the PM should rather have

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We expect fairness, consistency from speaker

One of my all-time favourite TV adverts teaches that what we do speaks much louder than what we actually say. In the advert, a guy is caught driving drunk. To