FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: Asking Ramaphosa to leave over his funders is naive
Political parties and figures have been funded by business from time immemorial, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: The SABC and what it tells us about the state
The report into wrongdoing at the public broadcaster is an example of the state increasingly unable to meet its obligations because of how it allows individuals to run institutions as though they were their private fiefdoms, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: Tshwane authorities are aiding, abetting anarchy
Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya says a government that will not actively enforce the laws of its own state actively encourages anarchy.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: No better time for ANC govt to take leave of absence
The instability within the African National Congress is having a negative impact on the country and it is only a matter of time before state arms stop functioning optimally, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: The greatest gift Zuma has given the country
Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya unpacks what he believes will be the lasting import of Jacob Zuma’s appearance at the state capture commission.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: Problems in the Cape Flats cannot be reduced to policing
Policing without ensuring education and other programmes are optimal is not enough for a community crying out for help from government, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
FIKILE NTSIKELELO-MOYA: SA's indifference to corruption will be the end of us
How is it possible that the last big march we had was about former president Jacob Zuma’s removal, yet we seem comfortable with the patronage system he left behind?
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: Yes, we must dare to dream
Reflecting on President Zuma’s State of the Nation Address, Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya says the role of the state is not just about dreaming big dreams. It is also to do great deeds.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: Zindzi's tweets, much ado about little
The sooner it becomes normal to say South Africa has a history of racism and land dispossession, the better we can all face up to the challenges, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: There are more pressing issues than the SARB's mandate
I am sure many South Africans who are increasingly having to make do with less would probably wish that the most pressing matter in the minds of those in charge of government was the economy.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: No new dawn with old state-owned entities
If there is no plan to fix that which makes the SOE door a revolving one, South Africans will never appreciate why we need to keep pumping billions into these entities, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: The DA is stuck in no man’s land
Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya says the DA’s game of consolidating around being opposed to the ANC is doomed to failure simply because there are just too many ways and good reasons to be opposed to the ANC.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: Obstinate Gumede is hindering the ANC's renewal efforts
If the eThekwini mayor has the best interests of the “glorious movement” at heart, she can do no better than take a holiday, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: What is the South African agenda?
Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya says until South Africa gets a leader who can spell out and rally the nation around a common agenda, the country will remain stuck in its quagmire.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: Voting means looking at the past & the future
Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya says one of the things we need to learn from the past is to avoid creating martyrs and heroes of those who do not rightfully deserve the attention and accolades.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: It's wrong to say voting changes nothing in SA
Whatever you wish to say about South Africa and how much it has disappointed you, please resist the temptation to say nothing has changed, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: The political chess game: To pardon a king or not?
Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya says it should be concerning to anyone who values our democracy that the president can use his position to decide who gets released from prison and when.
FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA: Avoiding protests? Be prepared for criminality
Far too many people fear any condemnation of public violence and calling for law enforcement could be perceived as hankering for apartheid-style “skop, skiet en donder” mentality, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moyo.