Rebecca Davis Parliament Diary: The unimpeachable Number One

President Jacob Zuma has dodged with ease the latest parliamentary challenge to his leadership - impeachment, by Rebecca Davis.

Greg Nicolson Stellenbosch: 'Luister' could lead to change

Two weeks after the documentary exposed racism and discrimination at Stellenbosch University, Greg Nicolson asks how the documentary was made and what Open Stellenbosch thinks.

Simon Stephens Durban, the perilous port of sport and its politics of profit

The best combat action of 2015 prompts Simon Stephens to worry about the meaningful growth and future of South African Mixed Martial Arts.

Mike Bersiks D-Day for Springbok RWC selection

For every name read out there will be as many groans as cheers coming from rugby fans around the country.

Georgina Guedes The strange tale of Ramaphosa and the Gupta's jet

It’s odd that Cyril Ramaphosa flew to Japan on a Gupta jet. But Georgina Guedes believes he’ll be charting his own course, soon enough.

Ben Said Letter from the editor - why we're not naming the rape accused

eNCA's Group News Editor Ben Said explains why the news organisation is not naming the grandson of a struggle icon, accused of raping a teenager.

Georgina Guedes There will be mud wrestling!

The cheating Ashley Madison website users’ personal information has been released. Georgina Guedes sits back and waits for the mudslinging to start...

Rebecca Davis SMSgate: Riah Phiyega's strange ways

Why did Parliament’s police committee pledge to deal with the matter on Wednesday – only for observers to see it whisked off the agenda, seemingly at the last minute?

Rebecca Davis South African politics, a lawyer's paradise

We’ve become so used to politicians taking legal action that sometimes it’s easy to forget how much political litigation is working its way through the courts, by Rebecca Davis.

Rebecca Davis In Khayelitsha, 'Black lives don't matter'

Police inaction in Khayelitsha comes under fire as crime continues to sprial out of control, by Rebecca Davis.

Georgina Guedes What brands taught us on Women's Day

South African brands contrived to make this Women’s Day a memorable one for us all. Georgina Guedes thanks them for the reminder of why we still struggle.

Rebecca Davis Can Bathabile Dlamini save the ANC Womens League?

Angie Motshekga’s seven-year term at the helm has seen the body wracked by infighting and financial problems. What will change, asks Rebecca Davis?