Imtiaz Cajee, the nephew of murdered anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol, will recommend an inquiry to probe the capture of the NPA and SAPS
In the 1970s and 1980s, activists were subjected to arson attacks and assassination attempts. Fatima Meer describes her experience
The post-1994 dispensation has failed to give young Africans a sense of passion and hope for the future.
‘Cachalia deserves a special place in our history for her humility and commitment over many decades to the cause of freedom,’ says the presidency
Anti-apartheid activist, businessman and Mandela family physician Nthato Motlana has died at his Johannesburg home after a long battle with cancer.
Bheki Jacobs, who died last week at the age of 46, was one of the most remarkable figures to come out of the liberation struggle.
The idealism of SA’s anti-apartheid struggle is in danger of dissolving in the acid of pragmatism, warns public intellectual Darshan Vigneswaran.
The seeds of a non-racial struggle and the adoption of a policy of non-discrimination were sown by Gandhi’s approach.
Former DA leader Tony Leon says the crisis in the judiciary has been more than a decade in the making.
The story of the late Onkgopotse Tiro is told in a brooding documentary by Steve Mokwena called <i>A Blues for Tiro</i>.