Former sports writer Clinton van der Berg recalls the life of one of South Africa’s greatest boxers and the lasting impression he made.
Chris Roper examines the myths and lies created by former president Nelson Mandela.
For the black youngsters of the 1990s, it was Madiba's role as the head of MK that gave him the respect he needed to bring peaceful reconciliation.
My first meeting with Nelson Mandela was inauspicious, perhaps even undignified, writes the former president of the Azanian People’s Organisation.
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A recent judgment by the Constitutional Court will help to develop accountability and transparency, qualities Madiba has reiterated while president.
Was it possible to honour Nelson Mandela’s legacy, as President jacob Zuma has enjoined us to do, and salute him, Zuma, at the same time?
By prioritising safe water and sanitation, Africa's leaders can also ensure the unfinished business of the MDGs is dealt with, writes Lindlyn Moma.
The power of the public protector to "take appropriate remedial action" goes far beyond merely speaking truth to power, writes Paul Hoffman.
Nelson Mandela died on a day when SA politics was in its usual ugly, fractured state. Will Madiba's memory help or harm the ANC, asks Verashni Pillay.
Alistair Fairweather doesn't need to remember any of his online passwords anymore, which means he can make them longer and more secure. Here's how.
Former president Thabo Mbeki has paid tribute to former South African boxer and junior flyweight champion Baby Jake Matlala, who has died aged 51.
As South Africans contemplate their future after the death of Mandela, Jonathan Freedland says they could do worse than look to India for guidance.
We feared the country would lose itself in weeping when Nelson Mandela died. But we should have known better.
Nic Dawes reflects on hearing about the death of Nelson Mandela in India.
Advocate George Bizos, Nelson Mandela's lawyer, confidant and friend, describes the icon's selfless strategy during the Rivonia Trial.
Former president Nelson Mandela's presence has left the world and South Africa a little better, writes Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.
Our farewell to Nelson Mandela must not be final - we must refuse to say goodbye to his example, his ideals, and the dream we share with him.
SA needs well-designed administrations staffed by well-trained, professional mandarins, writes Ivor Chipkin.