Niren Tolsi is a senior journalist with the Mail & Guardian. His areas of interest include social justice; citizen mobilisation and state violence; protest; the constitution and the constitutional court and football. Tolsi has been published in GQ, Marie Claire and Blu magazines, amongst others, and has appeared as an analyst on BBC news and the UK-based Guardian newspaper's podcasts. He is currently completing his first novel. Tolsi is a volunteer at the International Fluffers Support Group and has prevented many a tired wrist from being slashed.
South Africa's Angolan refugees have been told they can return 'home', but to many home is South Africa.
Peggy Nkonyeni admitted to being put under pressure to tie up an Intaka deal to facilitate a donation to the ANC, says a health department employee.
Women and black men are seriously outnumbered by pale males at South Africa's corporate law firms.
Radovan Krejcir's controversial case has called into question the blanket ban on revealing asylum seekers' details.
The Constitutional Court has reserved judgment on whether the media has the right to access the Refugee Appeal Board hearing of Radovan Krejcir.
Legal head has blown the lid on President Jacob Zuma ally's role in health department’s rampant noncompliance.
The Constitutional Court has found that President Jacob Zuma's decision to increase magistrates' salaries by 5% was not irrational.
The Helen Suzman Foundation claims that the JSC is not giving equal consideration to all factors in recommending which judges to appoint.
With their refugee status being annulled, Rwandans fear what is in store for them if they go back. Niren Tolsi reports.
Rwanda's high commissioner says fears of further persecution are misplaced: it is safe to return.