SA's position on the ICC needs to be seen in the context of its desire to be a major role player in the AU, writes Jeremy Sarkin.
A lot of Americans resent being governed by educated experts and professionals like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, writes Bill Schneider.
This is no longer #FeesMustFall as we knew it in 2015 – it has become #StateMustFall, says David Everatt.
Gasant Abarder speaks to Helen Zille about her tell-all book, Not Without a Fight, and, as usual, is slightly intimidated.
By failing to appreciate gains that would flow from free education, we miss the opportunity to address imbalances of the past, says Frank Lekaba.
NPA head Shaun Abrahams has taken a decision to prosecute Pravin Gordhan. But the charges may not bear scrutiny, says Cathleen Powell.
SA is contributing significantly to the manual on how to make it easy and painless for dictators, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
Whatever Debbie Schäfer decides about serving alcohol on school grounds for adult events, someone will be unhappy, says Mike Wills.
The Star’s writer Sol Makgabutlane recalls the day a fearless liberation hero died.
It is time to see Donald Trump address some real issues in the final US presidential debate, writes US student Aishwarya Kumar.
It is time students, their parents and clerics woke up to the destructive consequences of lawlessness and anarchy, writes Douglas Gibson.
It is up to new Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to set suspicious minds at ease, says Frans Viljoen.
Hunger is often the consequence of a political decision not to prioritise feeding a population, writes Azad Essa.
Feminists seem to think women should never criticise other women. They're wrong, writes Grace Dent. [VIDEO]
If I could do one thing only, as their father, it would be to use my leadership, to develop their leadership in their own lives.