People should not be drawing together just out of fear but to fight against real threats to their future.
Graeme Williams returns to track changes in the city in colour.
Not even Google can agree which are the world's top cities: New York? London? Barcelona? Jo'burg? Berlin? São Paulo?
The government has left housing in Jo'burg's inner city in the hands of the private sector.
Tumelo Komape, known to the Twittersphere as TK, has the unenviable task of responding to an entire city's complaints and frustrations.
Brand new to the music scene in the City of Gold, Kamili’s jazzy, soulful sound is garnering a steady following. They chat to us about their music.
The upcoming AU summit in South Africa will likely see issues such as Boko Haram and the Burundi protests steal attention away from development talks.
A series of images capturing the warts and warmth of Africa’s tallest housing block is up for a 2015 Deutsche Börse Photography prize.
Renowned Russian ballet company, the St Petersburg Theatre, has brought their production of Giselle to Johannesburg.
Mayor Parks Tau's greatest success is an electricity plan that makes Johannesburg less dependent on Eskom.
SA's de facto capital has announced bold plans to change the lives of its citizens. But not everyone is on board, as events on the same day showed.
People from all backgrounds marched in their thousands through Johannesburg CBD on Thursday in protest against the recent xenophobic attacks.
South Africans and foreign nationals share their thoughts about the on-going xenophobic attacks, while attending a vigil at Constitution Hill.
The M&G brings you striking images from the violence in Jeppestown, Jo'burg, over the weekend and the thousands of immigrants who have sought refuge in camps.
Foreign nationals are pleading with the government to do something after they received smses that "Zulus are coming to kill foreigners".
Johannesburg’s long-running legal battle over its obligations to evictees have increasingly become uncomfortably clear to its functionaries.
The City of Gold’s ever-evolving architecture symbolises the values of a society in flux.
A taste of the platteland could also include some hard work.
The City of Gold has retained its position as Africa's most visited city internationally, a study has shown.