Politicians defend Omar al-Bashir fleeing an ICC arrest warrant, saying the court is a bully and targets Africa. Karen Williams disagrees.
The pernicious claim is that because Parliament is elected any move to question its actions represents an undemocratic subversion of the popular will.
Readers write in about climate change, capital export and Marikana.
The myth that African migrants are stealing jobs from locals fosters violence and fuels xenophobia.
Social roles can't just be assigned according to one's genitalia - we need new pronouns.
Good journalism depends on healthy journalists. Having the news of war pass through the filter of a journalist's distress may distort the story.
Three recent cases illustrate how the state has treated the public like 50-million ignoramuses.
The law clearly states that even essential security measures must be paid for by the owner of the property, even if he has not agreed to the upgrade.
The party's secretary general perceives judges as anti-majoritarian contesters of political power.
Liberalism was built on a distinction between the 'civilized' and the 'barbarian' - and still is, today.
It’s time to stop the fantastic story of how wonderful South Africa is and start working towards making this a reality.
Taxi service Uber is neither particularly big nor particularly mean. And it works.
Readers write in about language, Fifa, al-Bashir and the paper itself.
Some stories of the road are not what one would expect.
The politician remains vulnerable in the quest to hold those responsible to account.
Matt Haig wanted to explore new ideas about masculinity, but found outrage and ire instead.
The practice remains rampant in Africa, but concrete steps can be taken to stop the scourge.
Would it be different if the person who had been killed was a white sports superstar or, indeed, any other white person?
We signed both the Rome Statute and the African Union protocol that sitting heads of state would not be prosecuted - surely a policy contradiction.