09 Apr 2013 18:13 Chris Hani's death 20 years ago threatened to send SA spiralling out of control. Yet out of this tragedy came a renewed push for democratic elections.
11 Jan 2013 00:00 - Athi-Nangamso Esther Nkopo, Andile Mngxitama: COMMENT, Gillian Schutte's 'Dear White People' letter has caused a little national furore. Most whites have reacted with predictable irritation.
11 Dec 2012 06:22 - Sapa-AFP Archbishop Desmond Tutu has received the Unesco/Bilbao human rights prize for contributing towards a "universal culture of human rights".
16 Nov 2012 00:00 - Phillip De Wet In 2013 a fund for the victims of apartheid will have more cash than it did when it was created as it continues to accumulate interest.
10 Jul 2012 11:38 - Sibongile Khumalo Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu coined the term in 1994,
but 18 years on, the "rainbow nation" is battling entrenched social and economic divisions.
11 Nov 2011 00:00 - Deborah Posel Rabbi Cyril Harris said the Jewish community was guilty of 'silence' about apartheid. Today's 'silence' is about the injustice of inequality.
17 Jun 2011 09:44 - Ilham Rawoot Aziz Pahad, has stated that anti-apartheid activist Dulcie September was assassinated 23 years ago because of her knowledge of nuclear military trade.
15 May 2011 07:51 - Staff Reporter Government will pay out millions of rands to compensate victims of apartheid-era atrocities, a media report said on Sunday.
08 Apr 2011 00:00 - Staff Reporter Blaming and shaming South Africa's schoolteachers will do nothing to heal the country's dysfunctional education system.
22 Oct 2010 12:33 - Tarryn Harbour Not all offenders meet the "political crimes" requirement of the presidential dispensation.
22 Jul 2010 13:37 - Staff Reporter Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu said on Thursday he would retire from public duties later this year.
12 Feb 2010 09:46 - Matthew Krouse Director Bobby Rodwell began to think about making drama out of apartheid atrocities in the Nineties when she investigated perceptions of the TRC.
22 Apr 2009 09:18 - Staff Reporter A Solomon Islands TRC to be launched by South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu next week will ease lingering ethnic tension.
02 Sep 2008 06:00 - Staff Reporter, Sam Sole, In spite of all the hullabaloo and accusations from Zuma backers, their grounds for the call for a deal don't hold much water.
28 Aug 2008 07:21 - Jonathan Paye-Layleh A former Liberian warlord, whose drugged fighters appeared on camera holding up a human heart, dodged questions on Wednesday before the country's TRC.
26 Aug 2008 07:52 - Staff Reporter Former law and order minister Adriaan Vlok has applied for a presidential pardon for the attempted murder of Reverend Frank Chikane.
28 Jul 2008 00:00 - Richard Calland The proceedings of the Hlophe hearing must not be distorted by TV cameras and lights.
05 Jun 2008 06:00 - Ivor Chipkin The government's knee-jerk reaction to the pogroms that swept across the country speaks volumes to the politics of African nationalism. We were told they were "criminal" acts in the service of a "third force" agenda. This last term has a particular saliency in the South African context, writes Ivor Chipkin.