OPINION: Fanning the flames of Protea Fire
Judith February looks at the role of cricket in the elusive concept of nation-building.
OPINION: The Constitution betrayed by secrecy
Judith February says the paranoid, secretive state cannot be allowed to triumph.
OPINION: Did Zuma evade the spirit of the Constitution?
Judith February argues that President Jacob Zuma doesn't need to answer questions because he's protected.
OPINION: A vote for independence
Judith February looks at the thorny issue of independence and the position of IEC chair.
OPINION: The State we are in
Judith February says parties seem to be locked into endless, vitriolic debates with little substance.
OPINION: Jacob Zuma derived pleasure from Sona chaos
Judith February says Jacob Zuma is unfit for office and has scant regard for the Constitution.
OPINION: The day part of our democracy died
Judith February says Sona 2015 was a night with no winners.
OPINION: Sona, the president under pressure
Judith February says there is an increasing feeling that the country is fast coming undone.
OPINION More questions than answers
Judith February says Nathi Nhleko is playing fast and loose with the rule of law.
OPINION: Lessons from our flawed transition
Judith February asks what SA could have done differently in its transition to democracy.
OPINION: What's in a name anyway?
Judith February looks at the furore around the plan to rename Table Bay Boulevard after FW De Klerk.
OPINION: A new year, a new ANC?
Judith February says it feels as if the ANC has run out of ideas and steam.
SA: A 'Plan B' type of country
Judith February examines the uncanny ability of South Africans to simply live in the moment.
A crisis of power
Judith February says those who run the place need to take responsibility for the power situation.
Governance by impunity
Judith February says South Africa’s capacity for absorbing poor governance seems endless.
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.