The Considered View

Can Glen Mashinini be trusted as IEC head?

Newly appointed IEC chairperson Glen Mashinini believes that asking him about his political affiliation is unfair...

Stephen Grootes explores the issue of transparency and how it relates to trusting someone who's tasked with running an election.


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
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.

ConCourt ruling raises questions about IEC

ConCourt ruling raises questions about IEC

The Constitutional Court has ruled that the IEC should rerun by-elections in Tlokwe after it found some irregularities in how the polls were conducted.

Unions' backing of Ramaphosa is ironic - Ranjeni Munusamy

Unions' backing of Ramaphosa is ironic - Ranjeni Munusamy

Daily Maverick's Ranjeni Munusamy spoke to Stephen Grootes about an apparent backing of Cyril Ramaphosa for presidency.

Wandile Bozwana's assassination raises serious concerns

Wandile Bozwana's assassination raises serious concerns

The suspects arrested for Wandile Bozwana's murder allegedly had cellphone jamming devices, raising questions about how they could afford such resources.

Can our hospitals be managed better?

Can our hospitals be managed better?

An incident where nurses shouted at a woman giving birth to a baby, who subsequently died, raises questions about the management of our health facilities.

It's not possible for an individual to influence electoral outcomes - Mashinini

It's not possible for an individual to influence electoral outcomes - Mashinini

Stephen Grootes spoke to Mashinini, who stresses the merit of his appointment as Chairperson of the IEC.

Popular articles
Investec gives staff unlimited leave days and freedom to wear what they want

Investec gives staff unlimited leave days and freedom to wear what they want

The bank rewards innovation with substantial bonuses and pays according to output not hours at work, says Lesley-Anne Gatter.

JSE Limited lost 10% of its value on Monday

JSE Limited lost 10% of its value on Monday

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Nicky Newton-King, CEO at the JSE Limited.

Astral Foods, employer of 12 000, is at risk due to failing water infrastructure

Astral Foods, employer of 12 000, is at risk due to failing water infrastructure

Government dreams about bullet trains and megacities, but don't provide basic services, says Chris Schutte, CEO at Astral Foods.

We've technologist on record saying she'll not treat patients - Discovery Health

We've technologist on record saying she'll not treat patients - Discovery Health

CEO Dr Broomberg has rubbished reports that a KwaZulu-Natal patient died after the company stopped payments.

What NOT to do at the scene of a road accident

What NOT to do at the scene of a road accident

Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa explains what you should do if you're the first responder at the scene of an accident.

Emfuleni water cuts not caused by planned Rand Water pipeline installation

Emfuleni water cuts not caused by planned Rand Water pipeline installation

Executive manager Eddie Singo says some areas are affected by a burst pipe, not the maintenance the water utility is conducting.

Public Protector has now become a "rogue unit", says Judge Kriegler

Public Protector has now become a "rogue unit", says Judge Kriegler

Busisiwe Mkhwebane is reportedly probing President Cyril Ramaphosa for alleged money laundering to the tune of R400m.

[WATCH] Sho Madjozi first female South African to win BET award

[WATCH] Sho Madjozi first female South African to win BET award

The rapper, singer and songwriting superstar walked away with the best new international act on Sunday evening in Los Angeles.

Gauteng waitress gets R18,000 tip for 'amazing service'

Gauteng waitress gets R18,000 tip for 'amazing service'

A waitress at The Beerhouse in Fourways who received the generous donation wants to finish her matric and become a paramedic.