If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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Political parties will have to disclose their funders every quarter if a new bill becomes law in its current form.
The increase in number of women in Parliament, while slight and delayed, could be a welcomed chapter for South African politics.
Jubilant about his impending defeat, Fakkad Baba is one of a colourful host of no-hoper candidates in India's mega-election to throw their hat in the ring every time.
Patricia de Lille's court victory is a victory for all members of political parties who wish to participate fully in the activities of their parties in line with the agreed rules and policies of those parties, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
The Concourt's decision over political party funding has potential to weed out sinister donors who fund parties with the sole intention to capture the party and subsequently the state, writes Ralph Mathekga.
New ANC Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu wants more ANC MPs present on voting days in Parliament. He says some "play truant" and that must be weeded out of the caucus.
Not sure who to vote for? Want a quick summary of all the key political parties? Take a look at our slideshow introducing you to each party and the party leader.
The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) will next month begin with public hearings into the draft regulations for the Political Party Funding Act in Cape Town, the commission said on Monday.
With the national election results being tallied, South African women and children who have been promised change by big and small political parties alike now wait with bated breath.
In the middle of manifesto launches and ahead of the national elections, we look at how many women are in the most executive positions in South Africa's major political parties.
There is a need therefore for all South Africa's political parties to recommit themselves to sound constitutional principles in the way their affairs are conducted, writes Phephelaphi Dube.
If South Africans are not willing to invest more in their democracy by increasing funding of political parties, someone else will do it and it won't be in the public interest, writes Ralph Mathekga.
What does the term neoliberalism actually mean? Professor Jeremy Seekings examines the label in relation to the South African government's policies.
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