This speech was delivered by DA leader Mmusi Maimane at the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
Victor Kgomoeswana says its time to stop fretting about litter on beaches, and instead focus on the people for whom visiting them are a luxury.
With his academic castle under siege from those who want free degrees, Wits University’s principal is grappling for solutions, writes Madala Thepa.
Government ‘s obligation to arrest Sundan’s President Omar al-Bashir trumped the Immunities Act, writes Peter Fabricius.
Herman Mashaba might be a brilliant entrepreneur, but he is a political novice, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
Response to film from audiences around world has been fantastic, except for the silence from the government, writes Peter Borchert.
On the anniversary of the Skierlik massacre, we have to be honest and say that white supremacy is not dead, writes Janet Smith.
UK news channel Sky News reported that UN statistics show that a woman or child is raped every 26 seconds in SA.
Rajendra Chetty and Christopher B Knaus say that race and class lie at the heart of opposition to SA's existing, exclusive university system.
Have we seen the end of the Rainbow?, asks Oliver Meth.
It’s too soon for Ramaphosa to announce ‘peace’ in that region writes Peter Fabricius.
Murray Williams says we should get to know South Africa’s untold stories, instead of relying on skewed colonial and apartheid history.
Eusebius McKaiser is giving up on President Jacob Zuma ever understanding or respecting democratic culture.
South African politicians can learn about political marketing from a master, writes Thabani Khumalo.
Don’t fret, mainstream religion is in a period of ‘creative destruction’, writes Donald E Miller.