Good journalism depends on healthy journalists. Having the news of war pass through the filter of a journalist's distress may distort the story.
The law clearly states that even essential security measures must be paid for by the owner of the property, even if he has not agreed to the upgrade.
The party's secretary general perceives judges as anti-majoritarian contesters of political power.
The politician remains vulnerable in the quest to hold those responsible to account.
When it comes to family planning and birth control, the burden most often falls on women.
Governments and big business might be good, or bad - they require the same amount of oversight and investigation by media and civil society.
Three editors look back on the Mail & Guardian's history – and forward to its future – as the paper celebrates its 30th birthday this month.
The M&G's clarity of purpose and voice positions it better for success than some of its larger rivals. But it is not enough to be well positioned.
App and game developers are slowly getting their heads around the fact that there's more to girls than pink and princesses.
A low-key case of repayment in the Eastern Cape shows how Nkandla should have been handled, writes Public Protector Thuli Madonsela.
Rabies – first recorded centuries ago as a terrifying way to die – continues to be a daily disaster for many of the world's poorest people.
A false rumour about the new owner of a Picasso painting leads Christianity to go haywire.
The court, as in the other two cases lost by the speaker, showed a far greater commitment to free speech than had the speaker.
And they should be able to do so without being thought of as sex fiends or nymphomaniacs.
The problem of migrants is not South Africa’s alone, but a regional one – and it will require regional solutions
Antisocial tendencies, such as xenophobia, emerge in a context of neglect - like children who do not feel safe or cared for.
'Analysis' claiming that the judge in the Shrien Dewani trial was biased has been dismissed.
ANC stalwart Ruth Mompati, though anti-gay, was admired as a fearless fighter for freedom.
There have been very limited government-led reintegration efforts after the xenophobic violence, writes Emi Maclean from Médecins Sans Frontières.