The High Level Panel on Assessment of Key Legislation and Acceleration of Fundamental Change Panel is making headway, writes Kgalema Mothlanthe.
Amid the rush to rename, some relics provide a sense of continuity, writes Denis Beckett.
Open-mindedness is a fine human trait, right behind open-heartedness, writes Denis Beckett.
I left Genadendal with relief and admiration that insults had not diminished President Zuma's confidence to improve the lives ...
The country has emerged as a primary target in the White House’s global offensive against Western liberal culture, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
While the figure of R20 an hour falls short of Cosatu’s proposed figure, it offers workers a decent starting salary base, writes Bheki Ntshalintshali.
The national minimum wage cruelly mocks the millions who might have had jobs were they not priced out of the labour market, says Jasson Urbach.
The increased army numbers at #SONA2017 were aimed at showing political foes and civil society formations who was in charge, writes Mike Siluma.
Christopher Malikane says the ANC does not currently possess the political organisation and unity needed to effect radical economic transformation.
The same black people who complain about being mistreated by white customers treat them like royalty and blacks like peasants, says Kabelo Chabalala.
Today, there is no one with comparable moral authority who speaks to real, tangible local and global dilemmas like he does, says Azad Essa.
Peanutphiliacs are like alcoholics and smokers.
In commemoration of 27 years of his release the Nelson Mandela Foundation will be emphasising the call for dialogue towards peace, writes Sello Hatang
Oliver Tambo, in whose honour the SONA was delivered, would have recoiled from its shamefulness, writes Archbishop-Emeritus Njongonkulu Ndungane.
In what is effectively a coup, the US president is transferring power into the hands of a select few, writes Shannon Ebrahim.