At the bottom of the deceit is the electoral system which allows party leaders to hand-pick who is appointed as MPs, MPLs ...
Forget the much-punted lie that "I want my day in court". Zuma is just not predisposed to answering questions, writes Don Makatile.
Sello Hatang, the chief executive of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, speaks of 'deep discontent' in the country
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey is bent on silencing all critical, opposition and independent voices in Turkey, writes Abdullah Bozkurt.
Malaika wa Azania has a problem with the ongoing threats against students who have chosen to write their exams by those still protesting.
Given the mounting evidence of human rights abuses in both Burundi and Gambia, it is clear why they are pursuing ...
Dr John Pombe Magufuli's re-jigged anti-corruption machinery began this week with extra hydraulic turbo, a new blade and ...
Shannon Ebrahim writes that the election in nine days is expected to be the most consequential in US history.
The Syrian government is just as guilty as IS of using chemical weapons against its own people, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
SA's intention must be seen in the context of the AU's process to give the African Court criminal jurisdiction, writes Jeremy Sarkin.
Before the end of this year, we will either have lost our country or won it back, writes Imraan Buccus.
Having already offended droves of voters, Donald Trump turned his attention to wooing the US's Hindu community, writes Dennis Pather.
South Africa continues to play a major role in stabilising the continent, but it cannot do so on its own, says Victor Kgomoeswana.
To fully appreciate the concept of assisted dying among African cultures requires that we decolonise death, writes Sibonginkosi Mazibuko.
The time has come to widen our political and intellectual horizons, writes Muxe Nkondo.