Nicolette Chinomona


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By Nicolette Chinomona On Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

The EU doesn’t want ugly S.A oranges

Tensions seem to always be high in the agricultural sector these days. South African chickens are fighting for preference over Brazilian Chickens. The EFF wants to seize farms without compensation- the Agricult... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Sunday, July 28th, 2013

EFF Manifesto Makes Waves

The nation watched as the ANC vs. Malema drama played itself out in the national press over the past year, culminating in the then ANCYL president, Julius Malema, being unceremoniously shown the door of the ANC... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Sunday, July 28th, 2013

Mexican “Mining” Standoff South African Style

The classic Mexican standoff requires three opponents, all with guns aimed at each other. Each side wants something, that will require a concession to be made, but what they offer is considered by the other sid... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

ANC Under Pressure to Deliver on the Economy

The economy is on fire. That’s the general mood amongst analysts and business pundits. It seems the South African economy has had to contend with one setback after another and with elections close by, the ANC... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

South Africa Scolded by the European Union

This past week South Africa and its biggest trading partner, the European Union (EU), held their annual summit.   South Africa was keen to show that it can play nice, despite biting Europe‘s hand over inves... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Friday, July 19th, 2013

South Africa Must Not Let Madiba Down

Yesterday the world celebrated an incredible man. Nelson Mandela’s story and life have inspired the world to believe in the power of the human spirit to persevere beyond the worst trials and come out on the o... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

South Africans Need Piggy Banks

The death of the piggy bank July is the national savings month, most people don’t know this and sadly most don’t care, because they don’t save. At some point, most consumers have come across money tins, w... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Sunday, July 14th, 2013

Time May be up for Corruption in South Africa

The fight against corruption on the national stage is heating up. Recently Corruption Watch commended Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan for sacking Sars commissioner Oupa Magashula after allegations of misconduct... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Friday, July 12th, 2013

Corruption Becoming a Cultural Problem in South Africa

Corruption is always in the news, in fact it has become so common, that it is no longer surprising. It no longer shocks the sense, at least not for ordinary South Africans and the country is fast approaching a ... Read more »
By Nicolette Chinomona On Friday, July 12th, 2013

Malema’s Red Berets Might Turn Away Investors

It seems the revolutionary is back with a bang and with red berets, his proudly embroidered with “Commander in chief EFF.” The nation was stunned when Julius Malema was expelled from the ANC in 2012, an out... Read more »