OPINION: The gap in SA’s transparency regime
Judith February reflects on the accountability deficit in South Africa’s political processes.
OPINION: A very dry season awaits 2016
Judith February looks ahead to what this year may hold for South Africa.
OPINION: SA is bruised and battered, but still standing
Judith February says SA is worth fighting for and that we are far more than our failed president.
OPINION: Julius Malema, pretender to the throne
Judith February says where Julius Malema is concerned, form mostly overcomes substance these days.
OPINION: Dodgy donations in a democracy
Judith February says South Africa’s democracy is suffering from the absence of transparency.
OPINION: Laughter instead of accountability
Judith February says laughter has become this president’s default position as he ducks accountability.
OPINION: A test SA can’t afford to fail
Judith February says 2016 will be yet another tough year for South Africa as we stare down our demons.
OPINION: In the interests of full disclosure
Judith February says there needs to be greater vigilance of the Code of Ethics for MPs.
OPINION: #FeesHaveFallen… Now what?
Judith February says solidarity will also have to be built across the divides and across campuses.
OPINION: Govt’s chickens come home to roost at Parliament
Judith February says all stakeholders need to find each other in the #FeesMustFall noise.
OPINION: Politicians, please talk less, listen more
Judith February says that politicians need to learn to engage more with people.
OPINION: Will there be light at ANC NGC?
Judith February says the question moving forward is whether the ANC can get its house in order.
OPINION: Chancellor House and the ANC's intransigence
Judith February says democracy is suffering from the lack of transparency in funding for political parties.
OPINION: No place for secrecy in nuclear deal
Judith February says South Africa’s proposed nuclear deal sounds like arms deal déjà vu.
OPINION: The buying and selling influence in SA
Judith February says state-owned enterprises are an environment ripe for conflicts of interest and corruption.
OPINION: The loss of a name and identity
Judith February says in the face of the human tragedy of the refugee crisis, it's easy to forget the context.
OPINION: The judge of true independence
Judith February says it’s no surprise that attacks on the judiciary have increased in number and intensity.
OPINION: Following the money is all of our business
Judith February and Lindsay Ferris explore the need for transparency in the funding of political parties.