While debates rage about Qwabe's treatment of a white waitress & the money donated to her thereafter, Sipho Hlongwane asks a question left unanswered.
Fewer than one million ANC members still dictate the future of close to 50-million people in South Africa.
Our children are entitled to top-quality education and to the best teachers and teaching resources available, regardless of where they live.
Trophy hunters legally shot wild animals that move from Kruger on to some private reserves, but the Game Theft Act has muddied the waters.
French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau's writings from 1755 could have well been written today, about South Africa.
The Constitutional Court’s judgment on Nkandla demonstrates the difficulties facing the continent.
Readers write in about defence systems, nuclear power, and Julius Malema.
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.
I am sick of white tears, writes Lloyd Gedye. The minister curbed sport but critics should consider this: audiences transform when teams transform.
Tears flowed when the minister curbed some sports but critics should consider another spin-off; audiences transform when teams transform.
Labelling aid organisations as secret spy operations is not just nonsense, it can also cost people's lives.
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.
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.
We can't allow our elder heroes to fade from society, they still have glorious stories to tell, argues Ra'eesa Pather.
If there are hung local councils after the August 3 elections, minnow parties could play kingmakers.
Beyoncé puts flaws of infidelity 'on blast': Kagure Mugo discusses the age-old tradition of slut-shaming, highlighted recently in Lemonade
Readers write in about Jeff Rudin and race, the immaculate conception, the use of the word 'marijuana' instead of 'dagga', and the use of expletives.
David Beresford was known and admired by his peers for his dedication to the craft of journalism.