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.
Why is it okay to call a black DA member a ‘house negro’? How is it any different to the racism you’re supposedly decrying, asks Verashni Pillay.
Nat Nakasa, who died in 1965, was one of those who were ground down by the alienation of exile. A friend recalls the time.
The downgrades of the big four seem to have less to do with the health of our banks and more with the Reserve Bank's recipe to rescue African Bank.
The ruling party needs to see such views as defects in our social cohesion and a residual apartheid effect. The solution must go beyond KwaZulu-Natal.
White women's good intentions are wrapped in privilege and have to be open to challenge.
Socialist symposium has given the union enough ideological firepower to take capitalism head on.
The virus has forced otherwise lethargic African governments to act quickly and effectively.
M&G readers write in about Seta and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
People have a right to resist occupation, even if their methods are questionable.
Nearly two years since it began, the commission has barely dealt with the essence of Lonmin's responsibility .
States need an appropriate instrument to respond to serious violations of international humanitarian law, to prevent such crimes in the future.
Poor leadership has allowed xenophobia to bloom in South Africa, causing the country to fail Africa. Or so says Dr Nkosana Moyo.
New principles are needed for activism. Jay Naidoo and others write an open letter to fellow activists across the globe.
We don’t help each other because of a lack of trust but we must stop being so suspicious – we have to help each other; we need each other.
Textbooks erringly cast him as a messiah without flaws and largely divorce him from the ANC.
Despite Pallo Jordan's resignation following reports of falsifying academic credentials, he is not history, writes the anti-apartheid activist.
In an effort to defend his “non-responses” to the Nkandla report, the president has issued a statement in the form of a song.
Forget the botched lease deal. This is the story of the botched career of a woman who could have been great, writes Verashni Pillay.