South Africans should stop talking of there being different "factions" in the ANC and rather think in terms of "interest groups", says political analyst Ralph Mathekga.
The issue of land expropriation in SA is fundamentally about urban land rather than rural land, argues political commentator Max du Preez.
Black victims of expropriation without compensation and land reform corruption do not find it offensive or annoying that the IRR is one of the organisations that aims to make their complaints heard, writes Gabriel Crouse.
If AfriForum changes its focus, South Africans will stop seeing them as a bunch of dangerous, greedy racists and we may even join hands with them, writes Max du Preez.
Journalists and editors have alleged that their reporting on state capture and the Gupta family is the real reason why they are being targeted by Black First Land First.
News24 columnist Max du Preez speaks to News24 about President Jacob Zuma's shocking, late night Cabinet reshuffle which saw the removal of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Watch.
Former Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel and world renowned author and columnist Max du Preez have been awarded honorary doctorates by the University of Free State.
Veteran journalist Max du Preez says he stands by every single word he wrote in his column alleging that there is a top secret dossier in a safe at Sars headquarters.
Edward Zuma is showing his true colours by stating that King Goodwill Zwelethini’s clearly xenophobic remarks at the Pongola gathering were “correct”, Max du Preez has said in response to a scathing attack by the president's son.
One can’t help but admire the brilliance of the Zuma blitzkrieg on key state institutions, writes Max du Preez.
Vrye Weekblad provided the kind of journalism that many news consumers today – in a time of shrinking budgets, and receding arts coverage and investigative journalism – would still relish, writes Herman Wasserman.
I challenge Max du Preez to work at dismantling racism instead of seeking to "be released from the burden of racism", writes Vuyolwethu Zungula.
AfriForum will continue uninterruptedly to mobilise international pressure against farm murders and expropriation without compensation by simply carrying on voicing the facts regarding events in South Africa, writes Kallie Kriel.
Despite what economists say, if SA can get a spark of belief in the business sector, others will start believing again too, says political analyst Max du Preez.
Max du Preez, like many before him, evidently believes Helen Zille is right. But that is not the point, offence is the point, writes Gwen Ngwenya.
Barely four months after the municipal elections, people in Port Elizabeth say they can already notice the difference the new mayor and administration of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropole are making writes Max du Preez.
Max du Preez is a “bitter old white man” says President Jacob Zuma’s son, Edward, in a lengthy statement in response to the veteran journalist's latest column.
WILL Jacob Zuma ever pay the price for these years of corruption, nepotism, enrichment and undermining of our democratic institutions?
President Jacob Zuma’s son, Edward, says News24 columnist Max du Preez is a "bitter old man" after Du Preez wrote a scathing column criticising King Goodwill Zwelithini.
Former Independent Newspaper columnist Max du Preez will be joining News24, Editor in Chief Andrew Trench says.
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