FEATURES

31 October 2014
DA leader Helen Zille suggests it is, defends her party's stance on party funding transparency Read more »

31 October 2014
Douglas Gibson on the calls for Bheki Cele to return as chief of police Read more »

30 October 2014
Peter Fabricius notes that in last week's elections the BDP's share of the vote dropped below 50% for the first time since independence in 1966 Read more »
30 October 2014
Martin Plaut on the fuss over the appointment of Guy Scott as Zambia's acting president Read more »
30 October 2014
Vince Musewe writes that Zimbabwe is a great country that needs new leaders who truly care for its future Read more »
29 October 2014
Anthea Jeffery says proposed changes to existing regime will have unintended consequences, extend far beyond the health sector Read more »
28 October 2014
Piet le Roux says the French economist begins Capital in the Twenty-First Century with an egregious factual error Read more »
28 October 2014
Dirk Groenewald says the court's ruling has not closed the door to legal challenges to the application of EE in the workplace Read more »
28 October 2014
Rodney Warwick writes on the battle of Sandfontein, South West Africa, September 26 1914 Read more »
27 October 2014
Kaizer Nyatsumba contrasts the SAPS' appropriate sense of urgency in this case, with the way the police investigated his brother's murder Read more »
27 October 2014
Bonke Dumisa says our human rights activists are curiously silent on the whole scandal Read more »
27 October 2014
DA leader says Nhlanhla Nene can't pursue necessary reforms as these would impinge on the President's well-established patronage network Read more »
25 October 2014
Andrew Donaldson says President Jacob Zuma should perhaps "wake-up" to what is going on in the southern Cape town Read more »
24 October 2014
Justice Piitso says the union's immediate task is to lead the political and socio economic struggle of the working class during the second phase Read more »
23 October 2014
Trevor Grundy on how Robert Oakeshott and Mike Faber saved the newly independent Zambia millions Read more »
23 October 2014
Peter Fabricius says the Finance Minister failed to allocate the funds needed for the ACIRC in the MTBPS Read more »
23 October 2014
SACP GS notes that in a small area like Marikana there were 12 mashonisas preying on mineworkers Read more »
23 October 2014
James Myburgh examines the claims made in the organisation's recent report on food insecurity in SA Read more »
22 October 2014
Rhoda Kadalie on the chaos and carnage on South Africa's roads Read more »
22 October 2014
RW Johnson responds to Jonathan Jansen's article "Meritocracy is still a myth" Read more »
21 October 2014
Paul Trewhela on the role played by the late British journalist in suppressing the truth about the 1977 Nitista massacre in Angola Read more »
20 October 2014
Gavin Davis on why Hlaudi Motsoeneng is being protected and promoted despite his lack of qualifications Read more »