The windows remain broken, and Ramaphosa seems to be signalling that he will keep looking the other way
Zuma has become symbol of South Africa’s deep-seated problems but, if we are to move on, we must lose our obsession with him
We are a far way from realising our lofty ideals of gender equality, but we must keep working towards them
The attempts of the ANC’s top six to convince the former president to attend the Zondo hearings is a good example of an integrative shaming measure
Why is the private sector in Africa more likely to hinder instead of help peaceful development?
What if we told foreigners to voetsek? We have fallen victim to the illusion of scarcity. And we are led to wrongly believe immigrants are a threat.
If the rich and powerful are afforded amnesty, then so too must the poor who are often pushed into lives of crime
The framing of Jacob Zuma’s attempts to have Raymond Zondo recuse himself because of a tenuous family connection can distract us from the state capture commission’s main objective: uncovering the truth about corruption
The president could have been the second president of the ANC and the country after Mandela. He made it in December 2017 — but now he leads with some corrupt people he dislikes
The government’s response to lockdown trampled on the rights and dignity of residents in informal settlements
South Africa needs to address the systems that enable predators of all kinds to delay equity
When the words commonly associated in news stories with the term ‘Covid-19’ include ‘looting’, it’s time to shine a light on the problem