"We remain deeply concerned about the current state of human rights in South Africa," Human Rights Commission spokesperson Isaac Mangena has said.
Even in the human rights field there is often no clear distinction between the good guys and the bad guys, writes Kayum Ahmed.
The jogger who was allegedly interrogated by President Jacob Zuma's bodyguards has yet to receive an apology.
The Human Rights Commission chairperson has turned on his own staff in the case of a jogger arrested for "giving the middle finger" to Zuma.
Jacob Zuma on Monday called for a society free of ethnic dominance amidst division in the ANC over Jimmy Manyi's comments on coloured people.
The M&G is starting a debate about party deployments. This week Doron Isaacs argues that it is a global phenomenon
A 16-year-old grade nine pupil suspended from Welkom High School because she was pregnant was reinstated.
The death of a teenager in police custody remains a mystery four years after he allegedly hanged himself.
HRC commissioner says attack motivated by unfavourable ruling.
Janet Love's appointment to HRC is a case of cadre deployment, says Zille.
Navalsig High School in Bloemfontein has asked the Equality Court to throw out a controversial case involving a learner's right to wear dreadlocks.
An unprecedented case before the Equality Court involving the right to wear dreadlocks has put school codes of conduct under the spotlight.
A complaint to the Human Rights Commission has been lodged against AWB leader Eugene Terre'Blanche for a comment he made in Pretoria over the weekend.
Richard Calland ponders what exactly one has to do to get a cushy diplomatic posting abroad.
The HRC on Wednesday criticised the political mud-slinging between the ANC, its allies and the DA after further attacks were launched on Helen Zille.
Deputy Foreign Minister Fatima Hajaig on Tuesday apologised for any pain caused by alleged anti-Semitic remarks she made at a rally a few weeks ago.
The Human Rights Commission is investigating a Cape homeowner following allegations that he refused to allow a black couple to rent his house.
The Alexandra community said foreign nationals needed to be educated about their rights so that they would not be exploited.
ANC Youth League President Julius Malema defends his recent statement at a Youth Day rally, and says he was just misunderstood.
Andile Mngxitama's critique of the HRC's finding on blacks-only membership organisations has stirred up a hornet's nest. Ferial Haffajee asked him why he is so angry.