I am sorry to pester you with another letter — but I thought if I didn’t approach you, history may judge us harshly
When Julius Malema took the oath as a parliamentarian, he swore to uphold SA’s laws. As Clicks burns, does he remember this?
If President Cyril Ramaphosa wants to get more people to buy in, he needs to embrace ubuntu
We need to remember that rules have to be reasonable – in the court of public opinion too
Our Covid-19 response is hurting some more than others. This is the time to address that inequality
The squabbling over what to do with nonperforming state companies shows the ANC hasn’t asked the right questions
It may have seemed like a torrid 2019, but there were signs of light. Now we need to look to the youth for our priorities
As everyone fixates on the donations to Cyril Ramaphosa’s ANC campaign, the proven cases of state capture are ignored
The East African country has experienced average GDP growth of 7.4% over the past decade. It’s a model for SA of how to woo foreign investment
A timely invitation started a process showing the truth of the Ethiopian saying that little by little, an egg will walk
Cyril Ramaphosa, a co-architect of the constitution, is the ideal author to write our way out of an unhappy ending
If SA wants people to take on immense personal risk to unmask corruption, it needs to ensure they are adequately compensated
If we are to grow our economy in a sustainable manner, we need to consider the gendered dimension of development
As the protests taking place at our universities tell us, excluding people from opportunities will have devastating consequences
It’s often easy to feel helpless in the face of immense odds, but taking responsibility for change is the only answer
As SA unravels the state capture intrigues, we need to focus on the main issue — was democracy abused to benefit the Zuma-Gupta alliance?