It’s time to stop the fantastic story of how wonderful South Africa is and start working towards making this a reality.
Some stories of the road are not what one would expect.
The mass-murdering president of Sudan, President Omar al-Bashir, is (believe it or not) hiding at President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead.
If Zuma was the little piggy in the nursery rhyme, he would laugh all the way to Nkandla. But what does it all mean, asks Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
Earthly needs can take many forms.
When a transgender woman is on Vanity Fair’s cover, has the world’s opinion of gender changed radically? Or is this level of beauty skin-deep?
The media would rather cover the failings of Bafana Bafana than the success of Banyana Banyana.
Has Mmusi Maimane really altered South Africa’s history by becoming elected leader of the official opposition party, asks Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
There is a growing sense of alienation sweeping through the artistic community, in terms of support from both the state and the private sector.
Speaking up before diplomacy is wayward cousin's specialty.
The coverage of the protests following the death of Freddie Gray has irresponsibly perpetuated the "angry black male" stereotype.
Also of particular interest to me was a petite blonde young woman, who wore signature berets of different shades.
How do we make sense of the terrible violence being committed against other Africans? asks Verashni Pillay.
Many talented young people giving up their day jobs to produce podcasts, writes Alistair Fairweather.
The former choirmaster and dance teacher would rather invest in his future by buying a radio than by considering giving dance classes.
Our president doesn’t deserve even an ugly or poorly made statue, but he does deserve to fall, like the statue of Cecil John Rhodes did.
Mahatma Gandhi’s pacifist philosophy inspired many, but his remarks about black South Africans mean his legacy is not beyond reproach.
It is tempting to weave an interesting storyline about one's life.