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 | Trump and Zuma are peas in a pod, reducing the US and SA to ...

Both wage war on truth and undermine their citizens, determined to evade justice and recapture the state

JUSTICE MALALA | Spare us the platitudes and just do your jobs, politicians

The barrage of praise for Kimi Makwetu from those who for years blatantly ignored him is nauseating

JUSTICE MALALA | Liars, grifters, incompetents … the Zuma cartel rot runs deep

Is it too late to entrench professionalism and integrity in government appointments?

JUSTICE MALALA | All eyes are upon you, America, but your city has lost its ...

Justice Malala, who is based in Los Angeles, shares his experience of the presidential elections

JUSTICE MALALA | When Zuma and Magashule cry foul, rest assured it’s all lies

They claim to have much evidence about wrongdoing in the ANC. Why don’t they go to the cops? Don’t be fooled

JUSTICE MALALA | Ace, Julius, dignity wasn’t on your radar before, so why now?

The reason the elites are all over rights and innocent until proven guilty is because they are in the firing line

JUSTICE MALALA | The politicos were in Senekal for one reason: to leech off ...

For AfriForum and the EFF it was not a day of protest, or of seeking solutions, but a public relations exercise

JUSTICE MALALA | Oh, how Zuma’s cartel of fools must be shaking in their ...

Ramaphosa’s judicious appointments are beginning to act, and they’re coming for the looting Zuma-ites

The high-profile arrests won SA’s heart. Don’t break it all over again

Our people have waited 12 years for this, and they are delighted. Therein lies a crucial lesson for our leaders

JUSTICE MALALA | Now power-mad Trump is the pot calling the kettle a s**thole

As world’s fiercest defender of peaceful power transfers, US looks a lot like other nations tormented by stubborn strongmen

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