Forced into the public domain has been UCT's function as a "non-profit" corporation and its collusion with mining multinationals.
Tired of being treated like "dogs", residents of the Cape township of Philippi have taken their anger out on one another.
The parties' reactions to land invaders in regions they govern are similar - and equally illegal.
A group of mostly SA Jews are dedicating their Yom Kippur fast to reflect on being Jewish in the context of Israel's occupation of Palestine.
A growing number of Jews in Israel and around the world are standing with the Palestinians in their struggle for justice in the Gaza conflict.
The Lwandle evictions are symptomatic of a broader issue: our growing housing crisis.
The Cape Argus has published a shocking exposé on a City of Cape Town plan to rid the city centre of people who live and make a living on the streets.
Andile Mngxitama seems not only to have radically changed his mind on Malema, but looks past Frantz Fanon's warnings on the danger of the hero leader.
New South African-Irish film offers a fresh view on the individual roles played in a destructive global capitalist society.
If we are to have any chance of resolving the escalating crisis in our society, we are going to have to think beyond liberalism.