Those who put pressure on young people to get married tend to ignore how easy it is to find love in a digital world, writes Kabelo Chabalala.
The High Level Panel on Assessment of Key Legislation and Acceleration of Fundamental Change Panel is making headway, writes Kgalema Mothlanthe.
The country has emerged as a primary target in the White House’s global offensive against Western liberal culture, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Today, there is no one with comparable moral authority who speaks to real, tangible local and global dilemmas like he does, says Azad Essa.
The Rohingya Muslims are mere collateral in the global buy-in of Myanmar's new democracy, writes Azad Essa.
Australia's Minister for International Development says her country has been a long-term friend of South Africa.
In truth, Trump's Muslim ban is little different to what has come to pass in America over the past 200 to 300 years, says Azad Essa.
We should not fetishize what took place in The Gambia. Democracy didn’t win, but rather a man just got away with murder, says Azad Essa.
Mmusi Maimane's trip to Israel has upset the ruling party, according to a report in this newspaper (13 Jan).
Our criminal justice system must always guard against being a theatre for retribution, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
2016 was a year of fear and 2017 is likely to be a continuation of a world that continues to fracture, writes Azad Essa.
Watching Dangal made Azad Essa think of the immense struggle and sacrifice an athlete like Caster Semenya has had to endure in building her career.
The country's move towards a cashless society will strip them of their purchasing power and drive them further to the margins ...
Taps must run, roads must be tarred, more houses built, streets lit, environments cleaned and crime and grime rooted out, writes Kennedy Mdzuli.
My flight had to make an emergency landing last week. The experience was dreadful, especially for those who were not American, says Azad Essa.