Thoko Didiza was thrown into the spotlight when violence erupted in Tshwane after the ANC named her as its mayoral candidate.
The SA Communist Party has appealed to unions to stop cash-strapped UBank from falling into the hands of the Gupta family.
Inequality is at the heart of Britain’s decision to exit the EU, the rise of Trumpism in the US and the Tshwane unrest, writes Craig Dodds.
Baldwin Ndaba looks at the two candidates for Joburg mayor, and their plans for the city.
Actually they were a disastrous bunch of unruly soldiers and the Rhodesians sent them and Zipra packing, writes Don Makatile.
The launch of the National Campaign for Girls and Young Women marks a turning point in the battle against HIV/Aids, writes Cyril Ramaphosa.
An uneasy calm has settled on Tshwane after a three-day rampage which left five people dead and more than 200 people facing charges.
While imposing heavy fines does make a strong statement against racism, it is merely a Band-Aid, says Dennis Pather.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is likely to walk the proverbial knife edge when he addresses an ANC pre-election rally in the volatile Limpopo town.
Maybe it’s about time that we saw reluctant ANC voters change their voting patterns, says Madala Thepa.
Ramokgopa has not run a squeaky clean administration and Matsena is just not an instrument for excellence, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
The ANC’s decision on Thoko Didiza is so stupefying it leads me to suspect something fishy is going on, writes Xolela Mangcu.
What's worrying is that Brexit seemed to express a new mood of nationalism and even xenophobia sweeping the world, says Peter Fabricius.
The Brits have shown that when it comes down to it, it is about self-interest however irrational that logic might be, says Victor Kgomoeswana.
People vent anger in the same way as they did under apartheid, but they harm themselves most, writes Malaika wa Azania.