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.
This is the only public comment that I will make on the whole saga of the threats made against me by Andile Mngxitama, writes Jared Sacks.
Were he alive today, the Black Consciousness activist would be one of Mamphela Ramphele's most ardent critics, says Jared Sacks.
Cape Town shack dwellers' anger is about a lack of service delivery and is not politically motivated.
Protests have plagued Cape Town for years, but now they've begun to bleed out of township boundaries and into spaces that affect the middle class.
Dear Mandela charts the daily struggles and activism of three people who take up the cause of development and dignity within their communities.
About 200 Cape Town residents participated in the call for a "World Revolution Day" on October 15 inspired by the growing worldwide Occupy movement.