If we don't know and appreciate the young freedom fighter's story then we cannot understand our country, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Helen Zille's colonialism tweets embarrassed the DA by letting it walk naked in public for all to see what it really stands for, writes Zizi Kodwa.
The NPA has delayed in prosecuting police officers and officials yet has been diligent in prosecuting the Marikana miners, writes Khuselwa Dyantyi.
The hard work over the past few years is paying off in terms of a reduction in mortality, writes Aaron Motsoaledi.
Relief as voices of moderation and tolerance win over exclusionary and xenophobic politics in The Netherlands, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Reza Aslan's Believer programme does little to end bigotry and intolerance with it's Westernised views, writes Azad Essa.
Few black parents would take half a day off work to support their child’s first ballet competition, piano or violin classes, says Kabelo Chabalala.
Ray McCauley says civil society has not said much about the collusion by banks in particular, and the increasing number of collusion cases in general.