Security analysts are speculating that IS may be in the process of moving the centre of its operations to Libya, writes Peter Fabricius.
Universities enrol huge numbers for bigger subsidies, knowing full well they lack facilities, writes Gillian Schutte.
Broadening understanding of neo-liberalism will be of great value to our democracy, writes Muxe Nkondo.
Social media could not be the enemy of any politician or political party; only of someone with something to hide, writes Victor Kgomoeswana.
The hidden rot on South Africa’s university campuses needs to be exposed, writes Xolela Mangcu.
The amalgamation of the administrative and legislative capital was debated after 1994 and dropped since it did not make economic ...
Our detractors can huff and puff but will never bring the House down, writes Lindiwe Sisulu.
If the ANC fails to summon the courage to fire Zuma, the public will see it as being complicit in his abuse of power, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
Recalling the sinking of the SS Mendi 99 years ago today is part of the long task of coming to terms with the costs of history, writes Michael Morris.
Zuma must be given credit for at least one thing in #SONA2016: consistency in his references to foreign policy, writes Peter Fabricius.
The perpetrator of the wrong utterance must be made to take responsibility, writes Onkgopotse Tabane.
#SONA2016 belonged to the EFF.
Academic endured same racism as his forefather had, writes Xolela Mangcu.
Everyone needs to pull together to change South Africa's course, write Grathel Motau and Dumisane Hlophe.
The way Zuma thinks has created a conundrum for his presidency, writes Elvis Masoga.