Kwanele Sosibo studied journalism at Durban's ML Sultan Technikon before working at Independent Newspapers from 2000 to 2003. In 2005, he joined the Mail & Guardian's internship programme, and later worked as a reporter at the paper between 2006 and 2008 before working as a researcher. He was the inaugural Eugene Saldanha Fellow in 2011.
Some of the exhibitors at this year's Sexpo exhibition said people were not spending as much as they did in previous years.
Kwanele Sosibo asks whether the spiritual healer has capitalised on his 'talent' by the increasing need for a more renewed approach to Christianity.
In 2011, "prophet" TB Joshua was third on the Forbes list of Nigeria's five richest pastors with a net worth estimated at close to $15-million.
Potentially a tourist magnet, the historic valley of the Zulu kings is at the centre of a land rights row.
After 13 years of government stalling, about 18 000 Hilton College Estate labour tenants will have their case heard in the Land Claims Court.
The human rights commission is probing complaints of racism by the South African Hindu Maha Sabha organisation over AmaCde's song "Umhlab' Uzobuya".
Galleries may thrive but will the planned Art Week, FNB Joburg Art Fair and Arts Alive festivities have any greater social or cultural ramifications?
The ANC has distanced itself from rap group AmaCde's 'Umhlab' Uzobuya', which takes up where Mbongeni Ngema's song 'AmaNdiya' left off.
Numsa's symposium attracted interest from socialist groups in over 17 countries, but many fellow Cosatu affiliates were conspicuously absent.
The "real king of the Basotho" has warned of civil war if his "seven million people" – the Bafokeng ba-Mmutla O-Jeoa-Tala – do not get what they want.