The lawyer failed to make his Indian racist argument and the politician refused to admit he had no direct evidence
The legal arguments put forward by the former president’s team are weak and inconsistent
The mere fact that one cannot confidently predict who the next president of the United States will be tells you a lot about American society.
Senekal shows us that we must make a stand against the loud voice of the populist EFF and racist rightwingers
Corruption isn’t just about unethical accounting practices. It is a direct and total attack on society. The stakes are that existential and that visceral.
But in the battle of John and Mbali, the way things are going, the party will crucify the better option
Anti-democratic creep sets in when the state feels no need to explain its irrational decisions. Is that the type of state we want to live in?
These three common responses to racism must be deconstructed until something … clicks
We cannot divorce President Cyril Ramaphosa from the ANC. Now it’s up to citizens to organise for change and mobilise against corruption
ANC superfans are so vested in a romantic vision of a political party with a great past that they struggle to accept the realities of what this party has become.