It's been 14 years of the APRM and experts say they need the peer review system to better monitor situations in Africa.
Most of the attacks described as xenophobia are "common township thuggery".
"So you join, and so that I can become a minister, mayor, president or something. And the reason you want to access this power is for self-enrichment."
Africa can take charge of its own peace and democracy, says Mbeki.
"Even if you removed President Zuma, let us say just hypothetically, it would change nothing if you didn't change the national executive committee."
'We cannot now behave in a manner that treats other fellow Africans who are now residents in the country as enemies or unwelcomed guests.'
Well, can you blame him?
Mbeki was frustrated when Madonsela came to him with "preconceived ideas", he told the Mail & Guardian.
It might be a provisional report, but Busisiwe Mkhwebane is pretty clear: the country's biggest bank owes the fiscus money.
Why would Busisiwe Mkhwebane rely on an unsubstantiated report by British spooks about "looted apartheid billions"?