It’s indeed time for voters to put their cross in the box of someone who cares about our democracy and constitution, writes Jacques Rousseau.
Shape by Boykey and Kate Sidley is not there just yet and play may need some “tweaking-plus”, writes Denis Beckett.
Excluded by discriminatory laws, Palestinians live on the fringes of Lebanese society despite being there for decades, writes Victoria Brittain.
After watching Moving Into Dance Mophatong, Denis Beckett was impressed, entertained and rejoicing in the culture.
Zimbabwe needs all the help it can get, so if it believes a mythical sculpture can bring fortune, we should return it, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The Hague's judgment against notorious Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžic, though delayed, is hugely important, writes Angela Mudukuti.
An independent judicial commission of inquiry is probably the best way to deal with the state capture scandal, writes Ray McCauley.
By understanding our history, we have a better chance of creating an improved future for all in South Africa, writes Nathi Mthethwa.
We have adopted a strategy to end TB in our lifetime. This strategy requires us to work together to achieve the “three 90s”, writes Cyril Ramaphosa.
The ruling party can no longer claim to hold the moral high ground and dare not delude itself into believing it will rule ...
The US president admits his country's policies have been a failure and says it's time to do something different, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
This past Sunday saw five elections and a referendum which gives a fairly precise account of the state of democracy in Africa, writes Peter Fabricius.
Mbeki was recalled in the interests of the ANC feral underclass. Recalling Zuma would be to the benefit of SA, says Douglas Gibson.
For an uplifting experience, get lost in Soweto and feel the nation's heartbeat, writes Denis Beckett.
One academic campaigns against institutionalised racism, the other encourages SA to export reconciliation, writes Shannon Ebrahim.