Let's transcend petty politicking
Judith February says sometimes a good idea is just a good idea.
Spectre of violent crime looms large
Judith February asks how much more senseless violent crime will we witness before we say enough.
Jacob Zuma, the Master of Cunning
Judith February says the president appears to disregard the rules or bend them to suit his political needs.
Between the lines
Judith February says the City of Cape Town is failing the homeless, the poor and the vulnerable.
Apparently anyone but Zuma must pay
Judith February looks at the ANC’s attempts to shield the president from the Nkandla saga.
Lessons from the arms deal
Judith February questions the lack of details around SA’s nuclear deal with Russia.
Our ambiguous relationship with heroes
Judith February reflects on why our heroes tend to divide us.
The ANC's public relations fiasco
Judith February says glamour and shallow glitz papers over a multitude of errors and paradoxes in SA.
A different shade of guilt
Judith February asks how South Africans can move to becoming ‘we’ instead of ‘them’ and ‘us’.
Judith February: Parliament's slippery slope
Judith Febuary says in a war of words, rationality and the facts are casualties.
Is the clock ticking on Zuma's Presidency?
Judith February questions the president’s alleged ‘lack of knowledge’ on the Nkandla spending.
Judith February: Applauding accountability
Judith February says many others in SA should take a leaf out of Pallo Jordan’s book.
Judith February: Degrees of dishonesty
Judith February asks whether it’s ever justifiable to lie about your qualifications.
Can MPs and ethics co-exist?
Judith February ponders whether the new ethics code for MPs will be effective.
Judith February: Zuma's 'team of rivals'
Judith February says the new Cabinet reflects that Zuma still has many political debts to pay.
The new challenges for Parliament
Judith February says the fifth Parliament’s first battle will be dealing with the Nkandla report.
J February: The missing link of accountability
Judith February laments the lack of accountability and transparency in South African politics.
Judith February: The real job for Zuma
Zuma’s State of the Nation Address must strike an authentic chord with those out on the burning streets.