The EFF has united a divided left and Steve Biko's legacy goes beyond race and place, say M&G readers.
Jared Sacks's distortions are compatible with the historical white left's hegemony, writes Athi Mongezeleli Joja.
Political consolidations, if done properly, are the lifeblood of both opposition and ruling party life, writes Hlumelo Biko.
From apartheid South Africa to the Palestinian plight, slam poet Remi Kanazi's words highlight social inequality and its effects on humanity.
As Julius Malema's beret gains in popularity locally, Percy Zvomuya takes a look at the political significance of different headgear.
In September we remembered significant quotes by Steve Bantu Biko. On what would have been his 67th birthday, we revisit his influence on politics.
As SA observes the 36th anniversary of Steve Biko's death, Khaya Dlanga spotlights a new black consciousness - a move away from "izinto zabelungu".
When is a hero a hero? It would seem South Africans can only agree about one undisputed icon - and that's former president Nelson Mandela.
Steve Biko's vibrant, liberating philosophy is the only solution to the vexed 'national question', writes Andile Mngxitama.
There is already too much violence in our politics. Public intellectuals have a responsibility to denounce violence, say readers.
Mail & Guardian readers respond to Jared Sacks's article titled 'Biko would not vote for Ramphele'.
Were he alive today, the Black Consciousness activist would be one of Mamphela Ramphele's most ardent critics, says Jared Sacks.
Steve Biko's intentions were that black people should stand up for themselves and know themselves in their full power as participants in the world.
The recently launched Steve Biko Centre will bring people together in a way Biko would have applauded, says Azapo's Mosibudi Mangena.
Following the death of renowned South African photojournalist Alf Kumalo, we celebrate his talent with a selection of his photographs.
Xolela Mangcu says Andile Mngxitama's take on his writings about Steve Biko shows Mngxitama's 'contempt for black communities'.
Biographies are notorious for revealing more about their authors than their subjects. Biko: A Biography by Xolela Mangcu falls into this category.