Jacob Zuma's plan for a fleet of nuclear power stations has the potential to impose a burden under which the South African economy could buckle.
While the public protector is not infallible, the way to go about this is to challenge her, not to hurl abuse at her.
In an apparent effort to brush up his reputation among workers, deputy President Ramaphosa is proposing something that already exists.
With Zuma's power waning, we should not be surprised that there's been another purge of the country's top spooks.
Tlakula's successor must be committed to placing the interests of the country ahead of personal or partisan considerations.
While attempting to protect Jacob Zuma, the ANC seems to have forgotten the rationale behind the establishment of the office of the public protector.
To show that Isis and Boko Haram do not speak for all Muslims, as they claim, it is vital that moderate, democratic Muslims stand up and be counted.
The downgrades of the big four seem to have less to do with the health of our banks and more with the Reserve Bank's recipe to rescue African Bank.
The ruling party needs to see such views as defects in our social cohesion and a residual apartheid effect. The solution must go beyond KwaZulu-Natal.
The distance between the president and the scandal that is his home has again shrunk noticeably.