The ANC takes cognisance of the fact that the people are unhappy and we take their concerns seriously, writes Khusela Sangoni.
The burkini ban is just the latest example of Muslim alienation in France, which began a long way back, says Shannon Ibrahim.
Making its political bed with its ideological opposite, the EFF, may very well be the DA’s undoing, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.
The ANC were hit hard by the Monday blues with the help of a vengeful red tide, writes Madala Thepa.
Good Cop, Bad Cop is Andrew Brown's personal account of the perilous and often conflicting work of an SAPS officer. Here's an extract...
It’s every company’s responsibility to ensure that any customer data that is collected is used ethically and correctly, writes Wynand Smit.
The ANC is reeling from its election humiliation and is unable to muster even a semblance of unity or purpose, writes Craig Dodds.
Colleen Louw runs not one, but two radio stations that have been market leaders for a long time, writes Gasant Abarder.
If the burkini is a symbol of Islam going backwards, the ban proves France is too, writes Julia Ebner.