Sharing the South Africa's wealth more equally will ameliorate the growing discontent on the mines, writes David Le Page.
Many say that the vast earnings of many African countries from oil, gas and mining show that the focus on aid to Africa is misguided.
If he launches a party, Julius Malema might not win at the next elections but he still is dangerous for the ANC. Khaya Dlanga explains why.
Despite legal and financial woes, former ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema looks set to re-enter politics.
All the gushing about growth largely ignores the continent's political risks and challenges, says Dianna Games.
The ANC Youth League has lashed out at expelled president Julius Malema for calling the league's deputy president Ronald Lamola a "traitor".
The Marikana case is a major indicator of the challenge facing South Africa in the area of socioeconomic rights.
Julius Malema visited striking workers at the Westonaria Goldfields mine. He lambasted the ANC and told the workers to fight. Watch the video.
Unlike the ANC, the Democratic Alliance's jobs and growth plan is a unified vision offered with one voice, writes Lynley Donnelly.
Embattled African National Congress Youth League president Julius Malema has criticised power drunk ANC leaders who have drifted away from the masses.
Cosatu's protest action goes beyond the narrow issues of labour brokering and the e-tolling system -- it was more about class struggle.
Economic freedom implies unconstrained markets and less state intervention, not more.
He and his followers espouse 'economic freedom' to drum up public support for their own ends.
An economic freedom report released on Tuesday by the Free Market Foundation ranks South Africa 57th out of 141 countries.