FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I need to shed a load too

12 February, 2014

Food wasn't the answer this week — mainlining the body's pain-reducing chemicals and trimming the boep was the idea, writes Justice Malala

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Fowl play in Tshwane

27 November, 2014

Justice Malala: 'Allowing for poor arithmetic, this rounds off at 2 586 half-chicken meals for every one of 100 employees working overtime'

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Chicken in every way

20 November, 2014

The contempt the ANC has for the taxpayer was demonstrated in full last week with the whitewash of the Nkandla report in parliament, writes Justice Malala

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Good bye, Bruce

13 November, 2014

The man who brought joy to our palates and to the experience of eating at his restaurants leaves a wonderful, lingering memory, writes Justice Malala

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Degree of amazement

6 November, 2014

In the space of three months, Grace Mugabe earned a tough doctorate, but there is no sign of her thesis at her university's library, writes Justice Malala

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Once bitten, twice shy

30 October, 2014

When people don't get what they want, whether in politics or in food, they may go elsewhere to have their needs met, writes Justice Malala

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Eish in their bottled water

23 October, 2014

Justice Malala reveals Telkom's wonder workout: one set of cost cutting, two sets of retrenchments, followed by 4m for the head office gym

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Not gold-plated but just fine

16 October, 2014

The local offering may not contain the same exotic ingredients as a top UK hamburger, but it's cheap, convenient, cheerful and tasty, writes Justice Malala

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Being there is not enough

9 October, 2014

Even if a place attracts a trendy crowd it cannot consider itself to have arrived and ignore the need to work to keep up its reputation.

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Criminal indulgence

02 October, 2014

The disgusting lack of morals in arms dealers, their bribees and henchmen seems to be reflected in their culinary indulgence.

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Get the Thai message

25 September, 2014

We've shown we can do shouting and hand signals — now let's try education, debate and efficient service.

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Grumbling stomach

18 September, 2014

How long should a restaurant safely keep a table vacant for those who reserved it? Surely not two hours before the reservation time/

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