Was it possible to honour Nelson Mandela’s legacy, as President jacob Zuma has enjoined us to do, and salute him, Zuma, at the same time?
The Marikana case is a major indicator of the challenge facing South Africa in the area of socioeconomic rights.
If public institutions are to be trusted, they have to fight to defend their holdings, but preserving our literary archives is complicated.
Cape Town shack dwellers' anger is about a lack of service delivery and is not politically motivated.
One thing governments are slow to learn is that you cannot deal with complex political threats through force, says Sam Sole.
There is no getting away from the gravity of the situation facing South Africa and its people are facing fundamental choices about the future SA.
If events in the Middle East over the past two years have taught us anything, it is that Arab public opinion now matters to the world.
Within a few days of the NPA announcement that it was dropping charges of murder against 270 Lonmin miners, a spoof had made its way on the internet.
The Marikana saga exposes the injustice raging in our society, writes a group of organisations that work with marginalised people.