Heritage Day is not just a showcase of our country's rich cultural diversity, it is a celebration of our constitution, writes Mathews Phosa.
Haunted by the 1980s massacres, she can't fully explain the atrocities since 2000, writes Peta Thornycroft.
Rather than strategic organisational dialogue, trenches are constantly dug against one another, writes Dumisani Hlophe.
Whose enemy are the #OccupyLuthuliHouse protesters - the people or the beneficiaries of patronage? asks Malaika wa Azania.
It is astounding that after two decades of democracy, emancipation from "mental slavery" has not been fully realised, says Mokubung Nkomo.
Time is running out. The sizzle created by #OccupyLuthuliHouse could burst into a flame, writes Imraan Buccus.
That way, people of all races could begin to reflect on who this man was and what he meant for South Africa, writes Xolela Mangcu.
The idea of taking black kids to white schools has very little to do with education and learning, writes Madala Thepa.
Pupils find themselves in a class war that should have ended with apartheid, writes Malaika wa Azania.
Hairstyles are an identity statement for females, writes Panyaza Lesufi
Relentless sexist attacks are having a serious effect on women and their freedom, writes Gillian Schutte
Operation Hlasela and other initiatives in the Free State are making a difference in people's lives, writes Ace Magashule.
George Devenish writes that Pretoria High School for Girls needs transformation that does not do irreparable damage to a great institution.
A failure to understand power has led the ANC to fail the people, writes Xolela Mangcu
Even if we appeal to whites to respect African people's human dignity, it will fall on deaf ears until we act decisively ...