Xstrata and Glencore to go ahead with merger.
Without their presence South Africa's national health insurance cannot be implemented successfully to provide quality healthcare.
A downgrade because of rampant expenditure will have severe fiscal implications for SA.
This week, as world leaders gather in Copenhagen to craft a climate-change treaty, Africans are watching keenly for concrete actions.
Afrikaans identity politics at Stellenbosch distracts from real challenges, writes a group of the university's academics.
SA's warring cricket factions might be on their way to kissing and making up but their rapport will never be the same again.
If ever they find themselves struggling with a decision, sports administrators need to ask themselves: is it in the best interests of the game?
The Muslim Marriages Bill has highlighted the problem of the many Muslims who live their lives according to sharia law when it suits them.
Greece stands open-mouthed as rioting triggered by the death of a schoolboy rips through the country's cities.
As Jews and South Africans, we have noted with deep concern the report of John Dugard, the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories occupied since 1967. The report, published on January 29 2007, is currently under discussion within the United Nations Human Rights Council. It reveals substantial rights abuses by the Israeli government that we find abhorrent.