OMRY MAKGOALE: Coronavirus control fence between SA and Zimbabwe won't work
Building the fence at Beitbridge is a key national project, but it will not prevent the entrance of illegal immigrants, writes Omry Makgoale.
OMRY MAKGOALE: It's time for SA to vote for their presidential candidates
Voting parties into power instead of directly for a preferred president is the problem in SA's broken politics, writes Omry Makgoale.
OMRY MAKGOALE: Save the country or your political party?
The well-being of South Africans must not depend on political parties, but on the integrity of Parliament, writes Omry Makgoale.
OMRY MAKGOALE: Press freedom imagined under a Malema presidency
Leaders who ban independent media groups from their conference cannot be trusted, writes Omry Makgoale.
OMRY MAKGOALE: The impact of slates and factions on the ANC and SA
Former SABC CEO Solly Mokoetle's funeral was testament to the tragic result of factions within the ruling party, writes Omry Makgoale.
OMRY MAKGOALE: Was Mugabe an African hero or a tribalist?
Leaders that place the interests of their own tribe ahead of all other tribes in the country are tribalists and not nationalists., writes Omry Makgoale.
OMRY MAKGOALE: Why party electoral funding needs to be made public
What kind of democracy is that? One politician is put under the spotlight and scrutiny, and six are shrouded in darkness - asks Omry Makgoale.
OMRY MAKGOALE: The ANC secretary-general - from bad to worse
The integrity of the ANC secretary-general defines the quality of the party at any given time, writes Omry Makgoale.
OPINION: Sharpeville struggle continues to haunt South Africa
ANC member Omry Makgoale says that the heroes of Sharpeville fought to have the right to elect their own MPs but that they died in vain as black people still do not have the right to directly elect MPs.