Faranaaz Parker is a reporter for the Mail & Guardian. She writes on everything from pop science to public health, and believes South Africa needs carbon taxes and more raging feminists. When she isn't instagramming pictures of her toddler or obsessively checking her Twitter, she plays third-person shooters on Xbox Live.
Despite legal and financial woes, former ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema looks set to re-enter politics.
The DA believes there's no need to apologise for using an artist's image that featured the ANC logo on the backdrop of apartheid South Africa's flag.
Mamphela Ramphele has urged students to get involved in her 'smart' campaign to make the country a success.
In an attempt to refute cries of sexism in the wake of a heated Parliamentary debate, the ANC has dug itself into a deeper hole.
Government has condemned the deaths of South African boys as a result of initiation practices but can they have a plan if they don't have the facts?
The Constitutional Court has ruled that if a man wants to take more wives under Xitsonga custom, he must first get consent from his existing wife.
Agang SA leader Mamphele Ramphele says fear is holding South Africans back from calling for positive change.
A report that al-Qaeda is "alive and well" in South Africa dominated newsfeeds on Monday. But how credible is the threat?
The caretaker body set up to rebuild the structures of the ANC Youth League moved on Tuesday to stamp its authority on the league.
Farhad Dockrat, a Muslim cleric accused of being involved in training al-Qaeda operatives in SA, has hit back at reports.