[BIG READ] I understand that these words will land me in the firing line. I know that I am not the only one who feels this way, writes Mathews Phosa.
They sell themselves for as little as R50. They are the Great Unwashed, writes Don Makatile.
Homeless and hopeless ... Joburg has a large and growing population living on the streets, writes Don Makatile.
The bluetooth nyaope craze is likely to spill over to other townships and we cannot leave government to cope with the crisis, writes Hosia Sithole.
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.
Xolela Mangcu asks: How many massacres will it take for black people to wake up to the danger this government poses to our very existence?
We have shown the world that negotiation can change history, so stop raising the political temperature and start talking, writes Tutu Faleni.
In the short space of 23 years, South Africans appear to be sliding back to being the quintessential con-damned of the earth, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.