That we're looking at a pro-Israel, pro-AfriForum and pro-monopoly capitalist agenda in Joburg is a major blow, writes Dada Morero.
City of Joburg MMC for finance Rabelani Dagada answers questions from Janet Smith.
Evita Bezuidenhout says she will not resign as a member of the ANC, but issues a challenge to the party’s leadership.
Major setback or challenge? John Pampallis looks at the ANC after the municipal elections
The volatile situation in the DRC could deteriorate further if the government doesn't set an election date soon, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Ronnie Kasrils donated his defamation settlement to Jacob Zuma's rape accuser, drawing attention to what happens to women who lay rape charges.
Will Herman Mashaba have to shake off some ideological constraints as he takes on the role of Joburg mayor? asks Janet Smith.
James Biamungu’s only crime was that he was born a Tutsi Banyamulenge in the eastern DRC, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The ANC’s poor performance during the municipal elections is due to a compendium of factors, not a single individual, writes Sipho Seepe.
Four years after Marikana and justice is still waiting to be served, writes Janet Smith.
Kgalema Motlanthe says the public needs to understand the impact of the laws that have been enacted to replace apartheid-era legislation.
All over southern Africa, the media is stifled, especially when it comes time to vote; we have much to be grateful for, says Shannon Ebrahim.
SA should be grateful that tribalism is not nearly as much of a factor as in many other countries around the continent, says Peter Fabricius.
The ANC and the EFF fought racist election campaigns; voters reacted, but not in the way they anticipated, says Douglas Gibson.
The 1954 Women’s Charter reminds us of how far women in South Africa have come but also what hurdles remain.