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Last week the Constitutional Court proved that it sometimes feels the pressure of the political context in which it exists.
Gauteng Judge President Bernard Ngoepe has come out of the conservative closet with his recent critique of the Constitutional Court's liberal history.
Delivering judgement in the Jacob Zuma rape trial, Judge Willem van der Merwe, inspired by Kipling, aimed a final comment squarely at the former deputy president: "If you can control your body and your sexual urges, then you are a man, my son."
No one likes an anticlimax. But, sadly, Justice Minister Jeff Radebe does not care about leaving us unsatisfied, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
White people must find an ethical way to live with the shame of a racist past they still benefit from, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
The Democratic Alliance needs to realise that people do not vote with their heads but with their hearts, says Eusebius McKaiser.
What does Dr Mamphela Ramphele stand for? Black consciousness? The answer is no. It turns out that Ramphele has become colour-blind.
The calls for South Africa's state security boss to resign are both mischievous and misplaced, writes Eusebius McKaiser.