In the face of overwhelming scientific evidence, a few obdurate nations have delayed the critical response.
A forensic report has found the Community Scheme Ombud Service investment was reckless
State company subsidiary loses millions after consulting firmâ€™s cost strategies were binned
Months in the making, these report cards are the most comprehensive snapshot of the performance of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Cabinet. We tell you who is going places and who’s gotta go
Intractable conflicts, terrible presidents, climate change … if you are looking for bad news from Africa, this year has provided it, but there are many good news stories from the continent, writes Simon Allison
Mail & Guardian pictures editor Paul Botes presents some of the most striking images from 2018
Special year-end edition: Uncaptured
Investigative journalists helped pull South Africa back from a precipice by exposing the depth of state capture. But they are now staring into an abyss of their own: populist hostility, a funding crisis and waning public trust. On balance, our press remains one of the freest in the world â€“ but for how long? By Carlos Amato
The broadcaster will only be saved from ongoing disaster when politicians are not in the same script
The shocks of 2018 will reverberate in a crucial 2019 election year and hopefully the outcome will be enlightened
Qalokuhle Gabela has harnessed his entrepreneurial spirit to restore a historical site to its rightful place
Thereâ€™s nothing innate about scientific ability, but some male scientists, in South Africa and internationally, still believe women canâ€™t cut it
South Africans are among the top users of smartphones
Conceived in the 1960s, shortly after independence, Senegalâ€™s new Museum of Black Civilisations has finally been completed
From parties and festivals to peaceful picnics and hikes, itâ€™s all yours to enjoy
They left us in 2018 and now, we bid them farewell and remember their claim to fame.
Do you remember what made headlines in 2018? Take this year-end quiz to find out how much you can recall of this year’s key events.
Premier League teams play on average one game every three days during the jam-packed period