The reason many South Africans are not agitating over the race issue is that they are more concerned about other priorities, writes Dennis Pather.
The news media now give way to social media where the people speak for themselves, writes John Lloyd
The battle among competing factions might be characterised as the struggle for the “soul” of the party, writes Vusi Shongwe.
We have shown the world that negotiation can change history, so stop raising the political temperature and start talking, writes Tutu Faleni.
In his SONA President Zuma promised to boost black business and break down monopolies but can he be believed this time? asks Mcebisi Ndletyana
In 'Conversations with a Gentle Soul', Ahmed Kathrada shares some of his Robben Island experiences that have shaped his life.
This is an extract from Conversations with a Gentle Soul, by Ahmed Kathrada with Sahm Venter.
Patterns of injustice continue to plague the country, writes Muxe Nkondo.