An all-rounder who led by example, a father figure and a warm comrade
The trouble is Mugabe probably knows that, according to international laws, he’s not much better than those he is criticising.
Zuma’s force is spent, how long he clings on for is largely irrelevant and the ANC is fresh out of ideas
Opinion polls suggest Ted Cruz may benefit most should the mogul suffer a slowdown in support
Big strides are being made by involving poor people in making strategic decisions
Though it may never have lived up to the high ideals of its founder, its mandate certainly did
The Zuma case tops the billing, followed by decisions about Hlophe and Pistorius
Ordering women to stay virgins and not wear minis is akin to saying sex is a solo act
The United States presidential primaries finally got under way this week. Here are four key takeaways from the Iowa caucuses.
Underneath the sheen of the Oscars is an arcane organisation that's historically sought to consolidate power.
By trying to bully services like WhatsApp and Skype, MTN and Vodacom are unlevelling the online playing field.
In the eyes of our politicians, our old welfare state is more important for the majority of Danish voters than solidarity with the world
A chance just to be themselves acknowledges their bitter struggle
The families of the victims deserve reparations, restitution, rectification and rehabilitation
Undoing what decades of structural violence does to a society takes more than ostentatious political moves
The magazines we love do not love us back – they do not contain a diverse representation of black womanhood
The groundwork is being laid for a just and ethical institution that respects the dignity of all
How do we make sure there’s not a return to the horror of Rwanda or Biafra?
With local government elections coming up, what impact will the recent upsurge in protests have on the country's political future?