One of the democratic government's biggest challenges has been to undo the notorious Natives Land Act of 1913 with land reform.
Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti has disputed claims that the government will not meet its reform target.
After 17 years Petros Thusi still does not know who killed his son Arthur Thusi, who died after being thrown off a 12-storey building.
When it comes to the name and legacy of her brother, Hector, Lulu Pieterson does not take no for an answer.
Billionaires in Africa are stepping forward to give back to their communities, but is it more than charity?
According to some Marikana miners, they are no better off than before the strike, after Lonmin this week offered striking workers a 22% pay hike.
Thuli Madonsela this week visited the Bapo Ba Mogale community to hear grievances about the North West government's alleged mismanagement of money.
Families in Pondoland, a traditional source of labour, bury their men and primary earners who worked at Lonmin.
Heidi Swart spent time in Johannesburg's courts to experience how cases are handled - and delayed.
The temperature can reach 45C underground and workers are at risk of heat stroke. They wear sleeveless vests and their bodies smeared with dirt.