New M&G editor-in-chief Verashni Pillay discusses what tablet edition subscribers can expect in the future.
Two events helped to get the importance of clarity on the map.
Zuma's political manoeuvrings have little connection with the national interest and more with his own future and looking after family and friends.
Teachers' union Sadtu tends to believe that it can dictate education policy. However without them the minister can't do much.
The problem is that we stumbled around for half a decade without addressing the structural problems that cause scandal to erupt every few months.
There are procedures and forums against any report that impairs someone's dignity and reputation; criminal defamation suits are unnecessary.
If a bidding company's financial relationship has the potential to favour it in the award of a tender, it should not be bidding in the first place.
Tinkering with immigration policy is no solution for the perceived problem.
There is apparently a ray of hope amid the contracting economy, shrinking manufacturing sector, load-shedding, youth unemployment and now drought.
The neglect in a number of areas is glaring apparent as the rand reaches new lows and economic growth shrinks into negative territory.
Shaun Abrahams's flirtation with "information peddlers" and his intervention in the prosecution of Nomgcobo Jiba have raised concerns.
If we are concerned about aspects of China, it is there that we should concentrate our efforts.
There are two ways of ending a war: by making peace or by annihilating the opposition. Zuma's new choice appears to have chosen the latter.
Nowhere is the contempt of institutions more visible and more damaging than in President Zuma's attitude towards the National Prosecuting Authority.
The shared goal is the greatest benefit to the greatest number of people, not individual advancement or subservience to one party's vision.
Overall, it is Zuma's own poor leadership that is aggravating an already deteriorating situation.
The public protector has spoken on the matter of Nkandla. All the rest is an attempt to weasel out of following her recommendations.
Proponents of privatisation are missing a point: what's crucial, whether in state or private enterprises, is efficiency.
The mismanagement of student loans has a direct impact on graduates' future and has often led to their misery.