Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and President Jacob Zuma at the meeting with senior members of the judiciary in August 2015. (Moeletsi Mabe, Gallo Images)
Concourt: Speaker has the powers to prescribe secret ballot
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and President Jacob Zuma at the meeting with senior members of the judiciary in August 2015. (Moeletsi Mabe, Gallo Images)
Zuma to face Parliament grilling on state capture, resignation
President Jacob Zuma is due to face some tough questions on Thursday during his quarterly appearance in Parliament to answer questions from MPs.
The Holocaust denier, the public protector and the Reserve Bank
This week, Mkhwebane ordered Parliament to change the Constitution to remove the Reserve Bank’s mandate to keep inflation under control.
Should everyone be getting the HIV prevention pill as part of this new study?
Only some study participants have access to the tablet that can cut the risk of HIV infection by more than 90%.
Parly probe into Eskom to put spotlight on Molefe, maladministration
The portfolio committee on public enterprises on Wednesday adopted the terms of reference of the inquiry

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Parly probe into Eskom to put spotlight on Molefe, maladministration
The portfolio committee on public enterprises on Wednesday adopted the terms of reference of the inquiry

Politics

Concourt: Speaker has the powers to prescribe secret ballot
The ConCourt has ordered that Baleka Mbete has the constitutional power to prescribe a secret ballot vote during a motion of no confidence.

Environment

​Gauteng approves abattoir, threatening Magaliesberg Biosphere Reserve
Authorisation for a new slaughterhouse, next to a Unesco site, has brought to a halt attempts to protect one of Gauteng’s last natural landscapes.

Education

The curriculum must be about change
We need to rethink education to tackle our blighted history and a challenging new world

Business

Land value calculation is flawed
New methods of valuing agricultural land may inadvertently harm reform

M&G Africa

Why ex-combatants pose a threat to Côte d’Ivoire’s stability
Dissatisfied ex-combatants who aren’t serving in the formal military structures pose the biggest long-term threat to the stability of the country.

Bhekisisa

Should everyone be getting the HIV prevention pill as part of this new study?
Only some study participants have access to the tablet that can cut the risk of HIV infection by more than 90%.

Sport

Sports internship at the M&G
​The M&G invites young graduates to apply for one paid editorial sports-writing internship in its newsroom, running from August 2017 to July 2018.

World

The connection between Grenfell and Finsbury Park
Both the Grenfell fire and the Finsbury Park attack are the result of the UK government's vilification of the 'other'.

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Arts & Culture

International Jazz Extravaganza: memorable shows, haphazard production
Packed with seasoned jazz musicians and great sets, the event deserved an equally packed audience
​At the heart of cultural appropriation
It comes down to fragile egos trying to assume supremacy by concealing their inadequacies.
Ranjith Kally, our unremembered reminder
Given little credit for his bountiful work, the photographer is a light to today’s photojournalists
In search of Onkgopotse Tiro’s full story
The charismatic teacher helped to seed the ground for the 1976 Soweto protests, but was brutally killed by a parcel bomb