It's common knowledge that police are only allowed to use force as an absolute last resort when managing protests, but what exactly does the law say?
The recent spate of evictions in the Western Cape must make the right to housing ring hollow for those left homeless, writes Sandra Liebenberg.
No Taylor Swift, it’s not okay for white pop stars to twerk and otherwise appropriate black culture, writes Verashni Pillay. And here’s why.
Kate Bush shows how women come into their own if men don’t mess with their creativity.
An endgame is fast approaching. Either Zuma will go or South Africa will face its first constitutional crisis of the modern, democratic era.
The environment minister has cut funds to monitor climate change and contraventions, showing her tendency to collaborate with corporate power.
Civil claims for damages following adultery seem dated in the light of our modern, secular morality.
Appeal court judges question why a betrayed spouse should be compensated for 'humiliation'.
While attempting to protect Jacob Zuma, the ANC seems to have forgotten the rationale behind the establishment of the office of the public protector.
Brave women have been battling social injustice for decades, yet we reduce their efforts to a single event.
To show that Isis and Boko Haram do not speak for all Muslims, as they claim, it is vital that moderate, democratic Muslims stand up and be counted.
Zuma is obliged to answer Malema's questions; instead, security in the house is being ramped up.
Our courts reflect huge progress in relation to race since democracy, but tarry on gender.
A youngster who is good with his hands and has a brain to match - but his future doesn't look good.
President Jacob Zuma is party to a regional pact that makes the application of law discriminatory.
More than just rebellions of the poor, community uprisings give a voice to those who feel powerless.
Dogged by scandal at home, President Jacob Zuma has headed to Russia, seemingly on a trip about trade relations.
Civilians in a time of war have the right to seek and enjoy asylum in other countries, but those in Gaza are imprisoned, with no exit available.
In the face of security clusters and being told to sit down and shut up, Julius Malema and the EFF ask, “For what?”