Considering the tenuous grounds and lack of debate or discussion over the decision, the country has inflicted violence of its own, writes Azad Essa.
NPA boss Shaun Abrahams has done immeasurable damage to whatever credibility he might have had, says Pierre de Vos.
Waving President Zuma goodbye, perhaps with a golden handshake, to stop the rot seems like a good idea, but it simply will ...
The last thing ithe HPCSA needed was a clumsy, bruising and unnecessary battle with a media celebrity, writes Mike Wills.
Kamogelo Legodi has written a book that writer Kabelo Chabalala wants to find a publisher for.
If Hillary Clinton becomes President of the US, what will she do about the FBI chief she must loathe?
Carnage continues as Muslim Seleka and Christian anti-Balaka militias clash months after presidential polls brought hope ...
There are a number of inconvenient truths about the #FeesMustFall protests that remain understated, , writes Seán Mfundza Muller.
In Samsung's vision of the future, where are the have-nots for whom merely surviving is a full-time occupation? asks Helen Walne.
In spite of all the ugly we have had to endure, there were moments of fun and beauty as well, writes Danny Oosthuizen.
Getting a little tired of the fuss about Hillary's Clinton's emails? Be grateful you don't actually have to read them, says Kirsty Major.
Pravin Gordhan is an ANC minister who bears co-responsibility for the mess made by the Zuma administration, writes Douglas Gibson.
The Philippines has effectively switched sides in the power struggle between the US and China in the South China Sea, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The decision by Shaun Abrahams to drop charges against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan comes too late to save the NPA's reputation, says George Hay.
Thousands of SA pupils and teachers risk exposure daily to the deadly substance asbestos, write Tshepo Motsepe and Daniel Sher.