Has the ANC succeeded in transforming from a liberation movement to an effective governing party or has it outlived its usefulness? Mushtak Parker reads the runes.
South Africa is going through very tough times, but the critics haven’t reckoned with the determination of the people to rise above their problems, says Ivor Ichikowitz.
It’s hardly surprising that the world is competing over vaccines when our era has seen nationalism vanquishing internationalism and unilateralism overwhelming multilateralism, says Lord Peter Hain.
Instead of sowing divisions, South Africa’s pro-Zuma rioters seem to have united the country against them and inspired acts of heroism and selflessness.
Craig Foster, the South African conservationist, speaks to Jack Dutton about the overwhelming response to his Oscar-winning film, My Octopus Teacher and how he hopes it will encourage people to protect the oceans.
President Ramaphosa is looking at a critical period as his administration wrestles with the economic and social ramifications of the pandemic and eroding trust in the ruling ANC. Mushtak Parker reports.