Georgina Guedes Government's bluff on xenophobia

While xenophobic attacks have erupted in SA once again, government puts it down to criminality, because otherwise they’d have to do something about it, says Georgina Guedes.

Rebecca Davis Is SA doing enough for citizens arrested abroad?

Rebecca Davis looks at the growing evidence that some drug mules may actually be the victims of human trafficking.

Rebecca Davis Analysis: When schoolgirls fall pregnant, why don’t we talk more about rape?

The latest news about pregnant South African schoolgirls has landed. Of 633 pupils who fell pregnant at Limpopo schools last year, 13 were in primary school. By REBECCA DAVIS.

Brooks Spector Analysis: Mr Zuma goes to Davos

As the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, reaches its climax; J. BROOKS SPECTOR takes a moment to contemplate what it all means for South Africa.

Greg Nicolson Hour-by-hour, Soweto xenophobia spirals into disgrace

The Soweto looting has spread out of control, with residents targeting foreigners' stores and the police unable to contain it. By Bheki C Simelane and Greg Nicolson.

Angelo Fick Time to dream of a different future

Global leaders are gathering at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Their decisions could deepen the suffering in our world.

Chris Gibbons President Zuma, Deputy President Malema: the Dance Begins

An EFF alliance to save the ANC in Johannesburg would come at a price says Chris Gibbons.

Georgina Guedes What would Nelson Mandela say?

Zelda la Grange said whites aren’t welcome in South Africa. Gwede Mantashe called her a “spoilt white person”. A week of playground politics in the headlines, says Georgina Guedes.

Rebecca Davis Did Zuma steal money for Nkandla?

The ANC has been quick to react to perceived slander of President Jacob Zuma, writes Rebecca Davis.

Angelo Fick Memory, mis-memory, and remembering in South Africa

eNCA columnist Angelo Fick argues for a more considered analysis of FW de Klerk's place in history before granting him the honour of naming a highway after him.

Dylan Rogers Van Zyl in Line for Test Opening Spot

If Van Zyl is going to continue being selected, he needs to take the opportunities offered by the national selectors says Dylan Rogers.

Georgina Guedes Weaponising children brings evil into focus

Three incidents in which children have been used by fundamentalists to carry out murder have reminded us that there is no sanity in fundamentalism, says Georgina Guedes.

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