The election of the next AU Commission chairperson may be postponed beyond the next summit as no suitable candidates have ...
The media must report not only when there is violence, but also when there is a peaceful expression of concern, writes Nomfundo Mogapi.
Probably not, as there's no end to the contempt for the rule of law by those who see public office as the key to riches, writes Douglas Gibson.
During recovery you may become exposed to triggers that increase your risk of relapse. My trigger was an earbud, writes Danny Oosthuizen.
It's more than infuriating watching the decay and looting of this public institution, writes Sekoetlane Jacob Phamodi.
The the breakdown in relationships between most governments and their voters is the driving force behind Trumpism and Brexit, writes Murray Williams.
Because racism is bound up in multiple oppressions it cannot be tackled in isolation, write Dr Benita Moolman and Dr Olga Bialostocka.
It is with great sadness that I am confronted with the disturbing direction being taken by my employers, says SABC journalist Lukhanyo Calata.
Family, friends and the community mourn the owner of one of Cape Town's most iconic group of businesses.
Durban journalist Lee Rondganger gave his permission for us to publish this Facebook post about recent reports of racism.
Actually they were a disastrous bunch of unruly soldiers and the Rhodesians sent them and Zipra packing, writes Don Makatile.
The launch of the National Campaign for Girls and Young Women marks a turning point in the battle against HIV/Aids, writes Cyril Ramaphosa.
While imposing heavy fines does make a strong statement against racism, it is merely a Band-Aid, says Dennis Pather.
Maybe it’s about time that we saw reluctant ANC voters change their voting patterns, says Madala Thepa.
Ramokgopa has not run a squeaky clean administration and Matsena is just not an instrument for excellence, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.