OPINION: Malema is right this time... The courts must decide
Judith February says the danger of the Nkandla issue now is that we as citizens close the book on it.
OPINION: Don't kill the messenger
Judith February says the ANC battles to separate the person of Thuli Madonsela from the office she holds.
OPINION: Nkandla, a metaphor for enrichment
Judith February says Mac Maharaj may not be the only ANC member feeling uncomfortable with the Nkandla excess.
OPINION: Our cities at the mercy of progress
Judith February asks why some are intent on replacing green lungs and open spaces with concrete jungles.
OPINION: Lessons from the arms deal
Judith February says SA can’t afford to make the same mistakes with a nuclear energy deal.
OPINION: Rule by the whim of the powerful
Judith February says South Africa faces a crisis when court orders are blatantly flouted.
OPINION: On leaders and amazing grace
Judith February says SA needs leadership of integrity in order to harness goodness and hope.
OPINION: EFF tactics have become somewhat tired
Judith February says the public will soon lose trust in Parliament if the chaos continues.
OPINION: A winter of discontent for Parliament
Judith February says South Africa’s Parliament needs to show a greater commitment to transparency.
OPINION: The long haul under a laughing president
Judith February says Jacob Zuma seems under no pressure to change his self-protection offensive.
OPINION: Raising a stink about sanitation budgets
Judith February looks at the declining budget for water and sanitation in Cape Town’s informal settlements.
OPINION: Governing for narrow interests
Judith February says the president’s primary pre-occupation seems to be to protect himself from scrutiny.
OPINION: The politics of transparency
Judith February says transparency in a multiparty democracy is everyone’s business.
OPINION: The politics of language
Judith February says we must all uphold the values of the Constitution in what we say and do.
OPINION: It's been a pretty bad week for South Africa
Judith February asks if marches will quell the violence and in the longer term stop the hatred.
OPINION: Do you still love your country?
Judith February says we have become inured to the violence which is so part of our language and landscape.
OPINION: Conserving the Constitution
Judith February explores the ANC’s near-silence on apartheid and colonial-era national monuments.
OPINION: Fanning the flames of Protea Fire
Judith February looks at the role of cricket in the elusive concept of nation-building.