The trail of blame for three missing Israeli boys, which the Israeli government has used as the reason for their latest military exercise, is weak.
Jacob Zuma's cosy relationship with Obiang can be leveraged to bring about democratic change.
After 10 years of torpor, SA's fifth Parliament seems to have entered an interesting and perhaps more important phase, with plenty of possibilities.
M&G readers speak up: Malema is no fascist leader and Mantashe's audacity is beyond belief.
The famed economic historian looks at the massacre from afar. We need a closer view.
The legislature should not be fixated on clothes, and the EFF should stop their gimmicks. There is work to be done.
As under apartheid, the state broadcaster is still kowtowing to politicians it should be shunning.
Frustration leads some people to long for the death sentence, but capital punishment would do nothing against the causes of crime.
My stereotypical mind suggested that, like many of the physically challenged, the little man must be a recluse with low self-esteem. How wrong I was.
The National Prosecuting Authority is too important to be captured by a faction. A transparent, comprehensive inquiry is now essential.
Mandatory paternity leave would spur dads to play a more vital role in their children's lives.
Forty organisations have called on Ethiopia Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn to free Zone 9 bloggers and revise it's overly broad anti-terror law.
What do we have to do to prevent violent crimes from happening in our society in which our children are no longer safe, asks Khaya Dlanga.
Trevor Ncube, publisher of the Mail & Guardian, responds to reports published in the Star newspaper that his operations are in financial trouble.
Setting up a biased task team, investigation or inquiry does not equate with accountability.
Digital activism seems more visible during the current month of fasting. Is it used as a tool for transient popularity, instead of pukka protest?
Contemplating the war on Gaza, Gabeba Baderoon and Nadia Davids ask who decides on the line dividing those cherished from those who do not matter.
Israel's use of disproportionate force to cause civilian terror in Gaza contravenes the laws governing armed conflict, writes Raji Sourani.
M&G readers speak up: The SABC spits in our face, Modise's farm scandal and Elvis wasn't the first.