WHEN the IFP won last week's by-election in KwaMashu, a clear message was sent that Inkatha does exist and it is here to stay.
Discrimination reinvents itself. At times bluntly and other times with subliminal convenience.
WHILE taken for granted is not fascinating how human beings appropriate certain attributes of animals to either extol acceptable behaviour or condemn unbecoming conduct amongst them in relation to positions of public trust that they occupy?
With the Economic Freedom Fighters appealing to many young voters, political party leaders were asked to motivate why the youth should vote for them.
THOUGH gifted with the civilisation that separates them from the animal kingdom, the tendency by humans to resort to name-calling, labelling and attacks on fellow beings when unable to rise to the peak of a decent argument, never ceases to amaze.
SINCE the institution of the Farlam Commission of Inquiry, there has been a lot of developments, including that representatives of the families are playing an active role in party politics.
RECENTLY the African National Congress expressed concern when it was revealed that the Democratic Alliance had gone out of its way to offer Agang founding leader Mamphela Ramphele a unique position of being its presidential candidate following a secret funder’s bidding. It is common knowledge that the DA's efforts were fruitless.
Is it me or is there a shortage of women on the YFM line up?
APRIL marks the radio shuffle season when some our favourite DJ have migrated to new stations.
What, if at all, stresses President Jacob Zuma in particular, Tisetso Mkube asks.