Kgalema Motlanthe paid tribute to ANC struggle stalwart Andrew Mlangeni, who died on Tuesday, at his 95th birthday celebrations last month
The foundations of former Rivonia trialists reflect on the loyalty of the comrades who fought for democracy.
The anti-apartheid struggle veteran was the last remaining defendant of the historic 1963-1964 trial
Although leaders of the reconciliation era accept South Africa’s last white president, younger politicians are not as forgiving
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Holding corrupt public and private officials to account is vital for our country’s wellbeing
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On Human Rights Day, thousands of people who demand land justice marched from District Six to the Cape Town Civic Centre
Former ANC NEC has rejected suggestions by President Jacob Zuma that her late husband Ahmed Kathrada’s final letter to him had been faked.
We may be too close to current events to see what is actually unfolding, but the signs are not good.
The ANC must take responsibility for constructing a class of people who depend on corruption in the state for their own advancement.
Those who fought a long, hard war for a nonracist, nonsexist country cannot have imagined that one day they would be asking the president to resign.
Growing up in a right-wing heartland gave Uncle Kathy first-hand experience of racial segregation.
Head into the township section that bears the stalwart’s name and it’s clear very little has changed.
Read the eulogy delivered by former President Kgalema Motlanthe at the funeral of Ahmed Kathrada at Westpark Cemetery on Wednesday
A visibly emotional Gordhan struggled to hold back his tears.
Mlangeni warned that if nothing drastic was done to change the current state of affairs within the ANC, it would lose its relevance in society.
Denis Goldberg was sentenced to prison in South Africa in 1964, together with Nelson Mandela and Ahmed Kathrada who died on Tuesday.
Kathrada’s last wish was reportedly for President Jacob Zuma to not attend his final sendoff.
Professor Achille Mbembe, a friend of Kathrada’s, says the stalwart’s ability to "read the times" sets him apart from other leaders.
History will always judge people differently based on who is writing it writes Ahmed Kathrada
The fight for nonracialism and equality is generational work, said the activist in the wake of a spate of racist incidents recently.
The heralding of new beginnings and "honour" was the sentiment that summed up the Cuban Five’s trip to Robben Island.
David Goldblatt salutes a photographer whose work speaks fluently about people and events
President Zuma has plotted out the ANC’s future, promising to defeat factionalism and "political demons" in the party, and to speed up transformation.
ANC centenary celebrations continued into the early hours of Sunday ahead of the historic January 8 statement by President Jacob Zuma in Bloemfontein.
African leaders have hailed the ANC in centenary celebrations for the continent’s oldest liberation movement which inspired regional freedom battles.
Those who were tortured and assassinated during the apartheid era should be the ones being honoured, struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada said on Tuesday.
More than 700 people went to the birthday party – but the ”birthday boy” wasn’t there.