If we are to ensure a bright future for our children, our leaders need to innovate.
Danny Oosthuizen, among about 7 000 others in Cape Town, does not have the right to vote.
The votes of party funders cannot count more than those of ordinary citizens, says My Vote Counts.
Soraya Solomon analyses the recent act of cruelty in which eight children tortured and killed stray dog Sam in Cape Town.
Who can harness our strengths, in union. Yoke our collective energy, in alchemy? This is what we must ask, says Murray Williams.
The DA says Wednesday's local elections are the most important ever. Prince Mashele examines their claim.
This year’s event may have started with a bang, but #CEOSleepout has become the most successful goodwill drive on the continent, says Kevin Ritchie.
Eusebius McKaiser is taking a pragmatic approach to voting rather than being impossibly theoretical or legalistic.
In comparative terms, the ANC-led government’s service delivery achievements are probably beyond compare and without equal, writes Elvis Masoga.
Despite the excesses of Mad Ol’ Bob and his “amazing” Grace, a normal Zimbabwe does exist, says Don Makatile.
Most of Mmusi Maimane’s utterances are what white people want to hear, which is why he keeps harping on the legacy of Mandela, says Sam Ditshego.
The ‘bromance’ between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin has reached new heights and is reason for concern, writes Peter Fabricius.
Until we address the issue of transformation, young people will continue to vent their anger at Mandela, writes Molifi Tshabalala.
The parallels between the US presidential elections and the racial politics at our universities are almost irresistible, writes Xolela Mangcu.
Tanzania's President John Magufuli, aka The Bulldozer, is shaming his peers across the continent, says Victor Kgomoeswana.