As we condemn the burning of institutions let us ask ourselves: how did we get here? says Malaika wa Azania.
Heckling and violence has also been the case in political engagements.
The party must face defeat if it is to rediscover its ideals and values, writes Xolela Mangcu.
The EU may hope that President Zuma can persuade Russian President Vladimir Putin to see their side in the Syrian crisis, writes Peter Fabricius.
Abuse of state resources for electoral gain warrants legal prosecution, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
In the modern era no institution has done more than the modern university to create racism, writes Xolela Mangcu.
Hitler killed as many females as men, so why do women have to go to court to be able to sing at the Holocaust memorial, asks Gilad Stern.
The ANC could benefit by engaging its former leadership in the public discourse, writes Dumisani Hlophe.
I should imagine context is everything in this case and I want to make quite clear what the context was, writes Gillian Schutte.
Peeling back curtain throws light on past era of black journalism, writes Madala Thepa.
Southern Africa is fast becoming one of the world's most profitable routes for human trafficking, but little is being done ...
Whites should voluntarily pay into a reparations fund, writes Christine Qunta.
International partnerships enable the sharing of experience and expertise but also constitute a potentially valuable source ...
Ishmael Parkies writes that the actions of the Limpopo protesters who have set alight dozens of schools over the past week ...
But a more enriching and inclusive conversation in our people's dreams is crying out to be heard, says Sandile Ngidi.