January 14, 2021

Public participation is crucial to vaccine rollout

By: Dr. Paul Kariuki The coronavirus “second wave” and new, more infectious 501. V2 variant continues to wreak havoc across the world. In SA pressure is […]
January 12, 2021

Drownings in Beitbridge at the Limpopo River: An indictment on our immigration and foreign policy

By: Azwimpheleli Langalanga  Globally, the Christmas season is generally associated with families coming together and breaking bread. This is because of the religious and spiritual significance […]
December 2, 2020

Milnerton residents keen for councillors who put ratepayers over agendas of political parties

By: Mwangi Githathu Cape Town – Tired of councillors who want to put the agenda of their political parties above the interests of ratepayers and constituents, […]
November 27, 2020

Tsakani Maluleke has a very tough job ahead, but she’s up to the task

The incoming auditor-general will need to make bold moves early in her term to stem corruption and other forms of maladministration By: Dr. Paul Kariuki President […]
November 25, 2020

The Year that was – What does 2021 Have in Store for Us?

By: Aubrey Matshiqi Indubitably, 2020 will be remembered for the public health crisis and the social and economic devastation that was wrought by the coronavirus COVID-19. […]
November 25, 2020

Young and Free? The vulnerability of young people in a COVID-19 South Africa

By: Bonolo Makgale   Introduction: “Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will spend its […]
November 24, 2020

What will happen when the Zuma and Magashule matters intersect?

By: Aubrey Matshiqi In June 2005, President Thabo Mbeki fired Jacob Zuma as deputy president of the Republic. This was in anticipation of corruption charges being […]
November 17, 2020

For whom does the bell toll – Magashule, Ramaphosa or the ANC?

By Stef Terblanche The arrest and first court appearance last week of ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule on 21 corruption and fraud charges may have dramatically escalated […]
November 17, 2020

The price of silence:The Costs of National Silence on Covid-19

By: Steven Friedman A VIGOROUS public debate is one of democracy’s most important features. Which is why democratic countries face a huge problem when the debate […]
November 16, 2020

The Proposed Employment Equity Amendment Equality Bill: Political Implications for Economic Transformation in South Africa.

By: Norah Msuya On 21 July 2020, the Employment Equity Amendment Bill was tabled in Parliament. The Bill seeks to amend a number of provisions in […]
November 13, 2020

Why the State posts more challenges than answers in solving South Africa’s socio-economic challenges.

By: Jason Musyoka South Africa is a complex society when viewed from its socio-economic composition and character. It is the most equal country on earth, often […]
November 11, 2020

What Really Matters for Students in Higher Education Institutions in South Africa

By: Lizzy Ofusori South Africa boasts of some of the best Universities in Africa. This fact attracts numerous students, yearly, from within and outside the continent […]
November 10, 2020

16 days of activism against gender-based violence: why it hasn’t worked in South Africa

By: Adebimpe Esther The 16 days of activism against gender-based violence (GBV) is an annual international event that was initiated by activist during the inaugural Women’s […]
November 3, 2020

Our System of Justice was not designed only for those we like

By: Aubrey Matshiqi There are things that have been bothering me about how, as citizens, we respond to legal matters and other happenings in our criminal […]
November 3, 2020

The Future of Media and Freedom of Speech Post Covid-19

By: Maria Lauda Goyayi At a time of crisis and anxiety, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown regulations, media ought to play a crucial […]
October 27, 2020

The Gauteng Township Economic Bill and the emergence of immigration as an election tool in South Africa

By: Azwimpheleli Langalanga On the 30th of September 2020, the Gauteng Provincial Government released, for public comment, what has become a contentious draft bill on township […]
October 26, 2020

A New Social Engineering of the United Democratic Front (UDF) in a Post-Apartheid Landscape

By: Sanusha Naidu Introduction Three weeks ago I was invited to participate in an anti-corruption webinar hosted by the South African Hindu Maha Sabha. Of course […]
October 22, 2020

In a post Covid SA, Ramaphosa will need the left

By: Imraan Buccus The Zuma years left us with a seriously weakened state, and an entrenched economic crisis. Finding our way out of the profound mess […]
October 20, 2020

Populism v Politics: An Analysis of Corruption & Inequality in the ANC Governance Systems

By: Bonolo Makgale Introduction This article seeks to give an overview of the current political climate in the South African political sphere, focusing primarily on the […]
October 19, 2020

Yes, we can rebuild the post-Covid economy, but the fundamentals must be in place

The post-Covid-19 economic recovery plan outlined by President Cyril Ramaphosa can work – but implementation of the various policies must be fast-tracked. Plans are only beneficial […]