DA to press Mbete for Zuma no confidence motion decision
The Democratic Alliance has requested an urgent meeting with Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete.
ANC policy papers point to a party in a panic about losing power
Documents released ahead of the policy conference of the ANC show it hasn't the guts or internal balance of forces, for self-correction and renewal.
It's time to end SA's war on drugs
Drugs have destroyed many lives, but wrongheaded governmental policies have destroyed many more, argue experts.
DA can't cure its foot-in-mouth syndrome
With the ANC in crisis, the Democratic Alliance seemed to be getting it right. But then came a flurry of inexplicably tactless tweets.



Afriforum to lay racism and incitement charges against 100 social media users
Why are there only black people on this list?


No whistling, no howling … and no spicy tweets for ANC delegates
Delegates to the ANC’s policy conference should take a break from political posts on social media if they want to stay out of trouble.


Swapping coal for gas keeps world carbon emissions flat
"Coal use is dropping globally, with a 5.9% reduction last year."


'Schools should not adopt one religion to the exclusion of others' - judge
The High Court in Johannesburg has handed down a ruling on religion in public schools, saying that schools can’t promote one religion.


Taxi owners bled dry by credit costs
Seen as risky, operators have to finance their vehicles at high interest rates and many are battling to stay afloat

M&G Africa

Malawi drone corridor creates opportunities for medicine and wifi delivery
The first humanitarian drone corridor in Africa has been launched in Kasungu, Malawi.


It's time to end SA's war on drugs
Drugs have destroyed many lives, but wrongheaded governmental policies have destroyed many more, argue experts.


Embrace the enemy: Video technology has a place in the beautiful game
It’s comforting that Fifa has finally woken up and is making a greater effort to keep up with advancing technology.


Healthcare on the frontlines of the fight for Mosul
Despite the extreme challenges and deep sadness of daily life in and around Mosul, the resilience of the health workers of Mosul is awe inspiring.

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Arts & Culture

SZA and the relentless twentysomethings
"On Ctrl, SZA lays bare what sounds like a turbulent almost seven years of no longer being a child"
'Bring back what was once mine'
How racial prejudice, a controversy and the outcome of a Boko Haram kidnapping all coincided ‘positively’ with Nigeria’s presentation at the Biennale
There's more to Bermuda than shorts
The tiny island surrounded by a turquoise Atlantic offers pink beaches, a mix of British and American culture and needs many US dollars.
Lest we forget: Grand histories are built on personal stories
"I found it very connective and de-isolating, soothing the pain I felt as a child"