Resolutions may be broken as soon as they are made, but making them at all shows a desire to better ourselves, writes Ray McCauley.
For us as a nation to ignore racism or derogatory comments that fuel civil uproar is to be an accomplice to the crime, writes Sabina Essa.
The ANC was born to spearhead the people's struggle for the complete emancipation from colonial/boer domination, writes Yonela Diko.
Factionalisms tearing the ANC apart has spilt into the ranks of the military veterans, but the party can be mended, writes Mogomotsi Mogodiri.
We need to focus on what unites us; acceptance of our humanity, dignity and right to equality would be a good starting point, writes Douglas Gibson.
The very fact that it is unable to even operationalise its standby force is a stinging indictment, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The premier has not acted against Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu despite 37 psychiatric patients dying after being transferred ...
Extreme human rights abuses have culminated in yet another shock - the man behind them has conceded power, writes Angela Mudukuti
There seems to be a hatred of women who refuse to comply with patriarchal authority in sexual hierarchy and cultural norms, writes Geoff Hughes