Israel's use of disproportionate force to cause civilian terror in Gaza contravenes the laws governing armed conflict, writes Raji Sourani.
Universal outrage at the Motsoeneng saga should force this gross injustice to be amended.
Despite talk of reconciliation and non-racialism in SA, the colonial status quo remains in our country.
The elite networks of the early 20th-century ANC leadership, with so many coming from a mission-school rural background, are still really important.
The dynamics of power established under apartheid, especially in the 'homelands', still play a major role in rural government.
Women get a raw deal but that has nothing to do with leaving animals to starve.
The SABC's acting chief operations officer has much to explain and his appearance before Parliament has done little to dispel growing concerns.
Thanks to the Gauteng ANC's short-sighted action over the EFF's uniforms, Julius Malema has been neatly handed his next political theatre script.
Are plans to play the national anthem every day meant to build South Africa's pride, or its brand?
The legacy of racialism requires much more than simply a commitment to a nonracial society.
The latest killings bring to the forefront Palestinians' deep concern about prisoners and has reopened wounds on both sides.
During phase two of the arms deal public hearings, who makes the allegations will prove to be just as important as the allegations themselves.
Politics aside, South Africans share aspirations for economic growth under legitimate leadership.
The EFF leaders’ ongoing Zuma-bashing has cost them a member committed to economic freedom.
Africanism and black consciousness make up a perennial trend in our politics. They are not going to die.
When there is corruption and the state is struggling to deal with pressing social issues a strong figure can become attractive to many people.
The secretary general must take some blame for the spectacular rise of Amcu and the EFF.