With every beating; every blinding; every death by “stray bullet”, India cements its reputation as a strident occupier, writes Azad Essa.
Jonathan Shapiro was once one of the most incisive, astute political commentators we had, but recently he has become lazy ...
ANC Western Cape spokesperson Yonela Diko explains why they accept criticism from the SACP, Cosatu and Pravin Gordhan, but reject it from #SaveSA.
The forces of the Left must be alert against an opportunistic new capitalism taking hold in the aftermath of the chaotic Zuma era, writes Karl Cloete.
Targeting Assad would likely give birth to the same kind of catastrophe we saw in Libya after Muammar Gaddafi’s fall, writes David Alpher.
After 1994 SA's rainbow nation was seen by many to be exceptional, but because of recent scandals this is no longer the case, writes Nic Cheeseman.
If we want to affect real change in South Africa, it’s time to find new, more radical ways of expressing our dissatisfaction, writes Justin Foxton.
Unless we rid ourselves of the assumption that President Zuma cares, we will never be able to make sense of his actions, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.