The power of the public protector to "take appropriate remedial action" goes far beyond merely speaking truth to power, writes Paul Hoffman.
We feared the country would lose itself in weeping when Nelson Mandela died. But we should have known better.
Nic Dawes reflects on hearing about the death of Nelson Mandela in India.
If an appeal court ruling is applied to the letter, the SAPS should be going after Bashar al-Assad and George W Bush, writes Ziyad Motala.
Luzuko Jacobs says Parliamentary processes and procedures are being followed to the letter and the M&G article on Stone Sizani is "incorrect".
Jimmy Manyi questions whether the public should know what is in Madonsela's provisional report. Julie Reid says the M&G had no choice but to publish.
A R10bn social grant distribution contract between the South African Social Security Agency and Net1's CPS needs investigating, says Nicola Whittaker.
SA needs well-designed administrations staffed by well-trained, professional mandarins, writes Ivor Chipkin.
Annual National Assessment results not comparable over time or across grades makes all talk about improvement or trends misleading, writes Nic Spaull.
Thuli Madonsela has expressed disappointment in the media and the ANC over the provisional Nkandla report. And she is about to come in for a lot more.
Four years ago Chris Roper and Mandy Rossouw stumbled upon the start of what would become Zuma's Nkandla home. Chris looks back.
Four years ago, the M&G first exposed the scandal behind multimillion-rand upgrades on Jacob Zuma Nkandla's home. Today, little has changed.
Token actions by politicians won't change violence against women, writes Indira Govender.
ANC leaders have shown how they intend to assign the Nkandla report debacle to the dustheap of history - in just two easy steps.
The Protection of Personal Information Act was signed into law last week. Here are eight practical tips to get you compliant.
The ANC's plan to contain the damage the Nkandla saga may do to it during the 2014 elections might not be an effective one.
The public still cannot read Thuli Madonsela's Nkandla report and the investigation into Arno Lamoer appears to have reached a standstill.
The M&G's revelations explain why ministers and their servants in Parliament were so concerned about Thuli Madonsela's provisional Nkandla report.
Punishing Dr Death is pointless, as he was only a foot soldier of the ubiquitous white supremacism, writes Andile Mngxitama.