Nat Nakasa, who died in 1965, was one of those who were ground down by the alienation of exile. A friend recalls the time.
Pursuing freedom, our system now – paradoxically – disempowers pupils.
Noam Chomsky states that if Israel is boycotted, the same fate should befall the United States. He further believes that a boycott could backfire.
The high court has ordered the justice and correctional services minister to consider parole for former police death squad commander Eugene de Kock.
M&G readers comment on the next five years under President Jacob Zuma, compare David Webster with Steve Biko and call for street name changes in CT.
Stellenbosch is a top institution, but why are architects of racism still being honoured there?
Remembering a fearful childhood encounter just brings home how far freedom has brought us, writes Nikiwe Bikitsha.
To celebrate 20 years of freedom, the M&G went back to the unfree years and picked 20 absurd apartheid moments.
South Africa requires the same levels of wisdom, insight, passion and leadership it had 20 years ago in order to complete the transformation.
Twenty-four years after Nelson Mandela was freed from prison, Zelda le Grange remembers what he taught her - with freedom comes responsibility.
General Constand Viljoen says Afrikaners need to establish a political bloc to survive ANC majoritarianism.
Dan Roodt and other Afrikaner have activists recently launched a new political platform, which aims to fight for Afrikaner self-determination.
It is also important to stress that April 27 did not constitute the victory of some South Africans over others, as it is often presented now.
Nelson Mandela's departure from office was a blow from which the commission never recovered.
Twenty years after SA's first democratic elections, Khumalo Street in Thokoza still bears the scars of political violence in the nineties.
The Economic Freedom Fighters are the only party truly set on redressing apartheid inequalities, and through that whites can finally find salvation.
From giving the world Bothas like PW Botha and Pik Botha to putting words into his mouth, Pieter-Dirk Uys recalls why he doesn't miss the Nats.
Play examines the vexed issue of granting parole to Eugene de Kock, the convicted apartheid death squad leader.
Alan Wieder's biography on Joe Slovo and Ruth First focuses on the couple's relationship, their different personalities and opposing views.