As Nelson Mandela's condition remains precarious, does he not deserve to be where he spent the happiest moments as a child, asks Khuthala Nandipha.
Can we create one million new jobs in agriculture as envisaged by the National Development Plan (NDP)? If so, how?
The advantages of growing up in Soweto are plenty, one being that it is a multicultural society and a melting pot of many languages.
The centenary of the Natives Land Act has revealed that the dominant understanding of the Act is that it was a fundamental cause of land dispossession
Ke Motswana tota (I'm a pure Motswana). My language is my life and my pride. I think, dream and curse in Setswana.
The increase in cybercrime could mean the beginning of the end for internet freedom, says Jane Duncan.
Critics might argue that the deputy president is one of the walking dead after last year's Mangaung conference.
It feels like Xitsonga is under a double-pronged attack: It is marginalised even though it is recognised as an official language in our Constitution.
While we have 11 official languages in South Africa, our indigenous languages do not enjoy the same footing or importance as English and Afrikaans.
My brother and I grew up in an Afrikaans home, fighting about politics, but he can still surprise me, writes Charles Leonard.