We've all made mistakes. The key is to be able to identify when you’ve made a mistake, take ownership of it and correct it, writes Ryland Fisher.
William Saunderson-Meyer questions why President Zuma has not taken legal action against Julius Malema for the latter's defamatory statements.
The situation at Auckland Park is far bleaker than previously indicated, the level of interference far worse and the reign of fear downright dire.
As early as 2005, there were already questions about Communications Minister Faith Muthambi's integrity, writes Andrew Donaldson.
Gasant Abarder had given strict instructions: he wanted authentic pieces putting the voices of the homeless people first.
South Africans fail to recognise the frequency and scope of our ignorance, writes Chris Maxon
The Sharpeville massacre transformed the struggle for liberation into armed conflict in which MK launched 200 attacks in ...
Cape Town's inner city after dark, and those who enjoy its spaces, outside of popular Long Street haunts, remain mostly white, writes Quinton Mtyala.
Condoning senior pupils who pass all their other subjects, but get between 20% and 40% in maths, makes sense for longer-term gain, writes Wayne Hugo.
A fine line exists between managing young people’s online behaviour and allowing them to handle their internet use responsibly, writes Cara Le Mottee.
From the evidence given by the SABC 8 and former employees, it is clear that the SABC has also been captured by the Guptas, writes Dennis Bloem.
The economic cluster of government is likely to be the main target. Siboneleo Radebe talks to Jannie Rossouw about the impact this would have.
How Hlaudi Motsoeneng used his access to political power to unleash a reign of terror is stuff for dictatorships, not a democracy ...
Danny Oosthuizen reflects on the past year, and the challenges and victories of Cape Town's homeless.
Taps must run, roads must be tarred, more houses built, streets lit, environments cleaned and crime and grime rooted out, writes Kennedy Mdzuli.