What President Trump proved this week is that he has no qualms in rolling out the red carpet for his Saudi Muslim allies, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
SA and Nigeria have not been dealing with each other with the demeanour befitting their significance as leading players on ...
It is inconceivable how the government could have allowed the social grant matter to develop into a crisis of epic proportions, writes Lebogang Seale.
Deep in his heart and consciousness, Julius Malema still adores and admires the ANC, writes Elvis Masoga.
If we do not find out-of-the box solutions to providing jobs and housing for all, we will continue to have disasters, writes Ryland Fisher.
Andrew Donaldson was more taken with Helen Zille's tweets about Singapore than the ones about colonialism that had everyone dismayed.
We can no longer blame apartheid for the lack of socio-economic progress among black people, writes Tutu Faleni.
Theuns Eloff tells us, despite the ailing economy, corruption, cronyism and the predator state, how SA really works and how we can make it better.