President Jacob Zuma might have taken pains to draw distinctions between his government and the apartheid regime - but public outrage is growing.
Steven Gerrard is reportedly in talks with Jürgen Klopp over a possible return to Liverpool, ending the former captain's spell with LA Galaxy early.
Wang Jianlin saw his fortune balloon by nearly $17-billion – a sum larger than Iceland's GDP – in the past year, business magazine Forbes revealed.
Polls opened in Tanzania’s presidential and parliamentary election with the ruling party, in power for more than 50 years, facing its toughest test.
Riot police arrested 23 UCT students and fired stun grenades at Rhodes demonstrators, as protests over fee increases continued to spread around SA.
The Mail & Guardian is proud to announce Verashni Pillay as its new editor-in-chief.
Pretoria high court wants the public prosecutor to investigate if the government broke the law in allowing Sudan President Omar al-Bashir to leave SA.
Beliefs that foreigners "steal" our jobs and drain services fuel xenophobia and inform government policy. LHR dissects three myths about SA migrants.
If social justice is your beat, we'd like to invite you to apply for the M&G and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation's social justice reporting fellowship.
China has become the latest country to issue a travel advisory for South Africa over the xenophobic violence, which started more than two weeks ago.