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.
The Rohingya Muslims are mere collateral in the global buy-in of Myanmar's new democracy, writes Azad Essa.
The chaotic and ultimately deadly transfer of the Esidimeni patients was a slow-motion accident that could have been stopped, writes Kerry Cullinan.
For a Luddite like me, this homing pigeon-like app is truly awesome, writes Denis Beckett
Peace prospects in Northern Ireland rest on parties committing to power-sharing in line with Good Friday Peace Agreement, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The inescapable reality is that 94 people died on Qedani Mahlangu's watch, writes Lebogang Seale.