Analysis

Zille's views on colonialism are set to divide the DA
Zille's views on colonialism are set to divide the DA
The Democratic Alliance is in a quandary over whether to discipline its former leader, Helen Zille, after she appeared to defend colonialism in a...
A week to tackle the scourge of racism at all levels of society
A week to tackle the scourge of racism at all levels of society
RACISMIn a 2016 article, struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada said that “the fight for nonracialism, equity and equality is not short-term...
Scrap the borders that divide Africans
Scrap the borders that divide Africans
The government of human mobility might well be the most important problem to confront the world during the first half of the 21st century.
Social grants crisis tests the powers of Constitutional Court
Social grants crisis tests the powers of Constitutional Court
The Constitutional Court is once again being asked to deal with a highly politically charged matter that affects South Africa's government. The last time was over the question of President Jacob Zuma’s failure to repay state money spent on his personal...
Sassa grants debacle: About political trickery, not separation of powers
Sassa grants debacle: About political trickery, not separation of powers
The social grants debacle in South Africa throws up a number of questions about the country’s state of politics, governance, leadership and democracy....
How governance failures messed up Prasa
How governance failures messed up Prasa
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa is going through serious turbulence...
Banks go on the offensive to parry political attacks
Banks go on the offensive to parry political attacks
South Africa’s banks have gone on the offensive after being criticised by some politicians over their lending practices and records in addressing...
D-day: Game of chicken grips Sassa crisis
D-day: Game of chicken grips Sassa crisis
The crisis swirling around South Africa's system of welfare payments to the poorest third of its people has become a game of chicken.
Prison overcrowding: No more band-aid solutions
Prison overcrowding: No more band-aid solutions
Following the High Court decision in December 2016 directing the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) to immediately address the
Hope in a time of despair
Hope in a time of despair
ACTIVISMAt the time of the Soweto uprising of 1976, I was a second-year student at the University of Durban-Westville (now part of the...
ICC could help to hold Israel to account
ICC could help to hold Israel to account
Open Shuhada Street is a secular South African organisation that advocates for the rights of Palestinians seeking freedom from the unlawful...
Israel’s not an apartheid state – it welcomes people of all hues
Israel’s not an apartheid state – it welcomes people of all hues
GEOPOLITICS“Israel Apartheid Week [IAW] will be a trap for Israel and will move us closer to the liquidation of the Zionist entity.”
Sexual obesity in the tech age
Sexual obesity in the tech age
The first time I heard about Tinder, I was floored. I had so many questions, but the main one was: “So basically you can track your next conquest...

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