Justice Malala is an award-winning journalist, TV host, political commentator and newspaper columnist. He writes regularly for the Sunday Times and Financial Mail, among others, and is the resident political analyst for e.tv and eNews Channel Africa.

JUSTICE MALALA | Attempt to kill Trump reflects what he and the far right have ...

Trump has indicated that he finds nothing appealing about the open democracy that he lives in

JUSTICE MALALA | A global political tsunami is happening and the fence sitters ...

South Africa’s incoherent foreign policy over the past two-and-a-half years is an example of a country that hasn’t worked out a clear path forward ...

JUSTICE MALALA | There will be fights and arguments between GNU parties, but a ...

The process is going to be hard and things are not going to get easier over the duration of these new arrangements, but not every disagreement means ...

JUSTICE MALALA | The racist kind of criticism that has been levelled at ...

It is worth noting that many of those accusing Ramaphosa of being a lackey of billionaire interests are heavily implicated in corruption

JUSTICE MALALA | GNU critics are everywhere, ignore opportunity

The usual suspects, such as the EFF and the MK Party, see nothing positive in the development

JUSTICE MALALA | Has the ANC chosen the coward’s way?

We want leaders who stand up for their principles, who talk about them and defend them

JUSTICE MALALA | Whatever happens on May 29, South Africa will be fine

SA may be one of the freest countries in the world — we should celebrate and protect this freedom

JUSTICE MALALA | The NHI is all about government wanting to control the private ...

Quality universal health care is sorely needed, but given the past failings of the healthcare sector, we won't get it from a government that can’t ...

JUSTICE MALALA | The cold-blooded murder of five-year-old Ditebogo is the final ...

I write about Soshanguve not because it is special, but because it is the norm

JUSTICE MALALA | It’s time for SA to decide what values we want to build our ...

How can SA’s citizens take personal responsibility for keeping their streets clean when the leaders never take personal responsibility for anything?