Trophy hunters legally shot wild animals that move from Kruger on to some private reserves, but the Game Theft Act has muddied the waters.
The Constitutional Court’s judgment on Nkandla demonstrates the difficulties facing the continent.
Matthew Theunissen's comments were no surprise for those who knew him, writes former classmate Nick Mulgrew, but it could have been prevented.
During the first week of May, the Jewish communities of seven South African cities will come together to mark Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Tears flowed when the minister curbed some sports but critics should consider another spin-off; audiences transform when teams transform.
He was sentenced to seven years in prison and 600 lashes in 2013, and then resentenced to 1 000 lashes and 10 years in prison plus a fine in 2014.
If there are hung local councils after the August 3 elections, minnow parties could play kingmakers.
David Beresford was known and admired by his peers for his dedication to the craft of journalism.
Commissions of inquiry rarely live up to the expectations of those who have demanded their establishment.
Eritrean journalist Seyoum Tsehaye has been in jail since 2001. Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais writes to him in solidarity.
Independent journalism is integral to a thriving democracy and we can't lie down whenever those in power would seek to mute it, argues Glenda Daniels.
Thinking and growing local would create opportunities for entrepreneurs to develop and promote nutritious indigenous vegetables, argues Esther Ngumbi.
Unless good governance is demanded by citizens, it will not be consistently supplied by authorities, write Yarik Turianskyi and Steven Gruzd.
A global movement has been formed to push for the transition to sustainable renewable energy.
This Earth Day, with the signing of the Paris Agreement, is truly a cause for hope, writes the United States ambassador to South Africa.
Rebecca Davis reveals to Malema that white people are giant pandas in the bedroom, so there's no need for a plan which would seriously suck for women.
As the ICC becomes more active and more effective, it faces increasing attacks from those opposed to its mandate.
With local government elections a few months away the relevance of this cardinal electoral question is striking.
As SA celebrates 22 years since the end of apartheid, a survey suggests the country still has a long way to go in fulfilling the promises of freedom.