China's Vice-President Li Yuanchao says the key to unleash the potential of China-South Africa co-operation is action.
Minimum wages have reduced inequality across Latin America, Asia and Europe, says Gilad Isaacs. The same can happen here
However, it is not all rosy and the time has come to increase the powers of the auditor-general to include punitive measures, writes Ray McCauley.
MK's ability to execute a proper armed Struggle was a victim of the ANC's own misdirected strategies, writes Dale McKinley.
Community health workers provide an essential service and should be treated with dignity and respect, says Bonginkosi Dhlamini.
There could be legal precedence in the call for the chief justice to appoint a judge, writes Alex Mashilo.
It took the murder of a student to focus the world's attention on just how unconscionable the security apparatus is, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Historically, small states and voter disinterest have sunk efforts every time and they'll probably do so again, writes Julian Zelizer.
Michelle Obama's latest Vogue cover shows her as influential in a different way to being first lady, writes Robin Givhan.
The excuse that the Norms and Standards regulations are too expensive a law to comply with does not wash, writes Equal Education.
Political opponents, radical university students and his own party's establishment smell the blood, writes Patrick Bond.
Leon Marshall reminds us that Clive Derby-Lewis is the same man who said: 'If Aids stops black population growth, it will be like Father Christmas'
Obama's policy shift on the country was a historic turning point, but it seems most policymakers haven't turned with him, writes Shannn Ebrahim.
NPA boss Shaun Abrahams has done immeasurable damage to whatever credibility he might have had, says Pierre de Vos.
In Samsung's vision of the future, where are the have-nots for whom merely surviving is a full-time occupation? asks Helen Walne.