DIGI oscar day2 leaving.
REUTERS

Beneath the web of violence

Just look at our recent history to understand the extent and effect of SA’s crime statistics, writes Dr Chandre Gould

Read Story

DIGI BALEKA

Democracy dealt a blow

ANC won Mbete battle by steamroller tactics, writes senior political correspondent Marianne Merten

Read Story

Copy of ND SKA SA AUS [1] (Read-Only)
REUTERS

Sharing deep relations

Australia and South Africa are partners for the future, writes Australian Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop

Read Story

Browse Daily News Views and Analysis

Items 31 - 40 of 121

Africa through more than barrel of a gun
August 11 2014 at 07:58

Many US defence dollars would be better spent on food, health and other resources to develop the continent, writes Michael Shank

Read Story
0 comments

Killing women and children
August 7 2014 at 07:22

Why Bomb Civilians? asks Ian Buruma

Read Story
0 comments

Speeding after tragedy
August 6 2014 at 07:29

A study shows it is ignorance that steers our hostility to lowering limits, write Marion Sinclair and Hector Eliot

Read Story
0 comments

An affront to customary law
August 5 2014 at 10:34

President Jacob Zuma’s letter to the AbaThembu king is a symptom of a bigger problem, writes Jongisilo Pokwana ka Menziwa

Read Story
0 comments

‘Discussion on need’
August 5 2014 at 07:31

Don’t expect big handouts as US invites Africa to parley, writes Peter Fabricius

Read Story
0 comments

‘I will still defend human rights’
August 4 2014 at 07:33

South Africa’s Navi Pillay announced her retirement as UN Commissioner for Human Rights last week. Peter Kenny spoke to her in Geneva

Read Story
0 comments

Medicine without relief
August 4 2014 at 07:26

SA must do more to halt horror in Gaza, writes Garret Barnwell

Read Story
0 comments

Strengthening ties with the US
July 31 2014 at 07:06

President Zuma is one of 50 African leaders invited to the first Africa summit in Washington, writes Peter Fabricius

Read Story
0 comments

A sterile way to stifle women
July 30 2014 at 08:12

Is KZN returning to racist and class-based interventions around women’s fertility? asks Catherine Burns

Read Story
0 comments

Enhanced deals signed
July 29 2014 at 12:15

Trade deals are signs that ex-colonies are growing up, writes Peter Fabricius

Read Story
0 comments

Items 31 - 40 of 121