Xenophobic attacks continued this week, with the defence force coming to the police's aid. But Police Minister Nathi Nhleko was conspicuously absent.
South Africa's democracy is celebrating its 21st birthday, but closing the gap between the past and the present is not an easy task.
Kicks and pricks aside, can Brett Murray's work ever be read ignoring the brouhaha his Spear painting caused? The short answer: Maybe.
The murder of a shopkeeper baffled police, who not only battled to confirm his name but assumed he was from China. Yet Ho was born and bred in SA.
The HIV and TB epidemics are being exacerbated by a chronic shortage of health workers in prisons.
The fall of apartheid’s structures has allowed fiction to explore a range of social issues.
In television and film, being gay is no longer an acceptable storyline in and of itself.
Minors seeking a better life in Europe are highly likely to endure injury, robbery and exploitation.
The only reason people get onto boats, with the high risk of drowning, is that they have no hope.