Humanist Leo Igwe has taken on popular pastor Helen Ukpabio over the hunting of "child witches" in Nigeria.
The taxpayer is picking up the tab for suspended police chief Bheki Cele's defamation case as "a matter of principle".
Private sector shows the public sector how its done
The citizens' aid has been either excellent or dismal, depending on your maths methodology.
A young Canadian with fantasies of becoming a celebrated director risked his life to document the inner workings of Somalia's pirates.
Three South Africans have come up with a killer of a game that should carry a productivity warning.
With the help of an entrepreneurial expat in London and YouTube's partner programme, cheaply made movies from Nigeria have successfully gone global.
A new "good governance and integrity unit" set up in the public protector's office to investigate corrupt state officials is the root cause of tension
The knives are out in the food writers' kitchen with the new media giving the established press indigestion.
Almost every municipality is corrupt and the growing lack of transparency and accountability is creating networks for graft to survive and thrive.