Black people have been oppressed for so long that they continue to use the language of the former oppressor, writes Khaya Dlanga.
The DA's good intentions are that of a white master who thinks that he knows what is best for a black person, writes Khaya Dlanga.
Lindiwe Mazibuko and others have scored a victory in the DA with its decision that race matters, which puts the party on a more interesting course.
A delayed court bid effectively means Julius Malema's EFF may well find its way into a very interesting Parliament next year, writes Verashni Pillay.
A great war is brewing to win the vote of the born-frees, but just how they will wield that power in the ballot box is uncertain, writes Khaya Dlanga.
The ANC looks bad whichever way Cyril Ramaphosa meant his nonsensical statement about the boers coming back if we don’t vote, writes Verashni Pillay
I want to be just like you when I grow up, Haji Mohamed Dawjee tells President Jacob Zuma after his smooth denial of being Number One.
How is it possible that South Africa is a better place now than in 1994, asks a disgruntled South African expatriate.
Give me a blatant racist over a polite one, at least I know who I am dealing with, writes Khaya Dlanga.
Research shows that multiple lovers have become even more popular in the modern age. Khaya Dlanga looks at why.
With technology expertise, Alistair Fairweather says, the Loeries could have avoided having to strip MetropolitanRepublic of its seven awards.
In the view of the chief justice, the two judges were entitled to pursue all legal avenues if they considered the proceedings to be contrary to law.
The ANC should let go of tradition and go for what needs to be done for the party because the DA isn't playing around, writes Khaya Dlanga.
Chris Roper explains why it is still very necessary, even in an age with the powers of HTML, to attribute ideas correctly and sufficiently.
President Jacob Zuma's reading of the Bible misses an important point: we are allowed to criticise his decisions whether he likes it or not.
Although the Mdluli case has received much comment, its importance deserves another look.
Sex scandals and political setbacks might have brought out the best in US leaders Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, writes Khaya Dlanga.
Jacob Zuma's good-news philosophy is costing us lives, writes Verashni Pillay, in the wake of the Kenya attack and the release of the crime stats.
A debate around the term "White Widow" has raged in the M&G newsroom, with some feeling it's racist. Chris Roper weighs in on the argument.