Trump this week looked a lot like a man who will one day sit, like Jacob Zuma, in the accused’s chair
But not all is lost, as Merkel and the young leaders of France and Canada show the kind of leadership the world needs now
The signal Mabuza is sending is clear: he doesn’t trust or care about his own country’s facilities
Malema’s dirty habit of attacking the press has caught on globally, from Trump to Duterte
The conduct of the US midterm elections will be a template for SA in 2019 and for many other countries
In today’s world, it is the scandal-soaked Gigaba who stands a real chance of becoming a president
Why Shivambu and the EFF sprang to the defence of VBS bank and why Trump wants to prop up the Saudi regime
Zuma’s greatest supporter of late is Andile Mngxitama, who has told AfriForum that "black people will deal with you"
How will Ramaphosa handle Brics meetings, because Brazil’s Bolsonaro, if he wins, is a rather nasty piece of work?
It’s beginning to look a bit rough out there for the thieving sons of crooked leaders who’ve been treating the Treasury as the family piggy bank
May’s visit marked the end of British dominance over much of the Commonwealth and Africa. The UK is a spent force
Ramaphosa will come through, but he is going to need time to clean up the unbelievably enormous mess left behind by Zuma and his corrupt cronies