The racist tweet by Helen Zille presents the DA with an opportunity to do things differently, writes Molifi Tshabalala.
Not to be outdone by President Donald Trump, South Africans have been writing up their own anthology of vulgarity, says Tinyiko Maluleke.
The massacre has to be seen in the wider context of consolidation of white supremacy, writes Malesela Lebelo.
It is inconceivable how the government could have allowed the social grant matter to develop into a crisis of epic proportions, writes Lebogang Seale.
Deep in his heart and consciousness, Julius Malema still adores and admires the ANC, writes Elvis Masoga.
Where Xhosa people have asked that this one thing be left alone, William Trengrove decided “No. I want this", write Lwando Xaso and Zukiswa Pikoli.
His stellar career in music began while he was still at school and took him to world stardom, writes Sam Mathe.
Society must work towards inculcating the noble idea of a progressive, decolonised African mind, writes Thabile Wonci.
The ruling party can't achieve radical economic transformation in its present shrinking and weakened state, writes Dumisani Hlophe.
This saga has all the usual signs of a cover-up to perpetuate corruption, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
Joburg Art Gallery needs a new lease of life, writes Gabriel Crouse.
The power of the Zuma cabinet reshuffle lies not in its implementation but in the ever-looming threat of it, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.
Sexism deters our efforts to build a national democratic society, writes Sediko Rakolote.
Juju is hellbent on settling some old personal and political scores with his former ally and boss, writes Elvis Masoga.
The ICC maintains that it is a legal institution and so is apolitical. This assertion does not stand up to scrutiny, writes Westen K Shilaho.
Laughter seems to be a key tool in President Zuma’s political survival kit, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.