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The logic behind the head of the prosecuting authority’s decisions to go to court over charges against the president is confusing, if not alarming.
Endurance is the word that defines how South African Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke and his mother survived the cruelties of apartheid.
M&G reporter Govan Whittles looks at the growing tensions between Jacob Zuma and the ANC's top brass.
M&G joined ACDP volunteer Gladys Modise on a door-to-door campaign in Thokoza to drum up votes for the party ahead of the local government elections.
M&G’s political editor Matuma Letsoalo breaks down the difficult choices the ANC will face on JZ over the next two weeks.
Democratic Alliance volunteer Matlala Mabalane believes that all the DA needs is five years to bring about meaningful change to South Africa.
After failing in every sport she ever tried, Hlobisile Mashaba has finally found something she is passionate about - horse riding.
There would be nothing wrong with this if it wasn’t in the middle of a township that despises the odours, the workers and the system itself.
The people’s assembly staged a picket outside the Gauteng Legislature on Freedom Day with many in attendance calling for President JZ to step down.
Employees of Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments marched to major banks on Tuesday to demand that the company's accounts be reopened.
Crime stats released in 2015 reported a drop in rape cases, but experts say this is because fewer people are bothering to report rapes to the police.
Kevin Davie embarks on his quest to find a suitable route using the back roads from Johannesburg to the Cape.
Matthew Theunissen's comments were no surprise for those who knew him, writes former classmate Nick Mulgrew, but it could have been prevented.
Far from the world becoming secular, there will be almost six billion Christian and Muslim believers by 2050, according to a series of reports.
Polyamory is gaining traction as an ethical way to be romantically involved with more than one person.
What’s with the Sars "rogue unit" and the 27 questions sent to Pravin Gordhan? Sam Sole offers a guide to the legal, factual and political swamp.
Land of sorrow: The June 1976 uprising. (Gallo)
Affair: The blessers bless young teenagers with essential items and luxuries, but also sometimes with pregnancy. (Oupa Nkosi, M&G)
A Palestinian girl dons goggles in the shape of ì66î and a set of wings with an inscription in Arabic that reads "Returning to Palestine". Gaza City, 15 May 2014, Nakba Day. (Said Khatib, AFP)
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