Journalists overwhelmed, underpaid, abused and not supported says newsroom report
The companies launched HuffPost SA as a partnership in November 2016
The press council appeal panel ruled that the blog calling for white men to be disenfranchised did not incite violence or hatred based on race.
A fake blog post proposing that white men be stripped of their voting and property rights “might be landing a blow among many other blows”.
The M&G editor-in-chief explains her decision to leave the publication after overseeing a rapid turnaround in sales and circulation.
Verashni has been with the paper for six years including a year as editor.
While public protector Thuli Madonsela believes in the separation between religion and state, her faith informs her commitment to values in her work.
The EFF caucus, chanting ‘Zupta must fall’, were escorted out of Parliament for disrupting President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation address.
Men and women are starting to push back against an ingrained culture of sexual violence in South Africa.
It’s one thing to claim the home affairs minister cheated, but another for Buhle Mkhize to say an SA intelligence official ‘bribed’ her to keep silent
How do we make sense of the terrible violence being committed against other Africans? asks Verashni Pillay.
Mahatma Gandhi’s pacifist philosophy inspired many, but his remarks about black South Africans mean his legacy is not beyond reproach.
Tearing down the contested statue of Cecil John Rhodes is too simple and obvious an answer to a complex problem, argues Verashni Pillay.
This is the latest in a long line of mysterious allegations, which prove that South Africa must demand its political parties disclose their funders.
The Cape Times debacle is just one example of how DA leader Helen Zille can show scant respect for journalists and the media, writes Verashni Pillay.
Verashni Pillay unpacks the most powerful parts of the documentary "India’s Daughter", showing us the implications of being a woman in India.
Her last column was a plea for empathy and understanding, writes Verashni Pillay, not an attempt to drive white guilt.
There’s a reason we can’t just “move on” and get over apartheid. Its effects are still very real for black South Africans, writes Verashni Pillay.
As the country mourns Top Billing presenter Simba Mhere, it is time for all those who drink and drive to ask whether they are part of the problem.
We can have more honest conversations about race but we cannot reject forgiveness and its aim of reconciliation, writes Verashni Pillay.
The killings at ‘Charlie Hebdo’ trumped the deaths in Baga because the Western world doesn’t know how to make sense of Africa, writes Verashni Pillay.
There is hope that this time, with a rise in grass-roots social activism, capitalism will not win.
Attempts to honour, or cash in on, the world icon have too often bordered on the farcical.
A South African pastor and his two teenage children are the latest casualties of a spate of attacks by the Taliban across Afghanistan.
Striking workers at a Swazi mine co-owned by ANC-linked investment company Chancellor House and King Mswati III fear "a second Marikana".
Striking workers at a mine in Swaziland linked to the ANC fear that a strong police presence could lead to a second Marikana.
Renowned reporter Asanda Magaqa is the latest high profile departure from the Gupta-owned ANN7, as channel bosses seem to be clamping down on dissent.
A former Gauteng EFF leader admitted to being backed by an unknown source in his battle against Julius Malema.
A tame documentary on Jacob Zuma goes against ousted e.tv chief executive Marcel Golding’s supposed stand against editorial interference from govt.
From Oscar Pistorius and Shrien Dewani to the murder of soccer star Senzo Meyiwa: A ready formula has been worked out to catch the public’s interest.
Court action against the inquiry looking into the SABC chairperson’s qualifications is a “red herring” to delay the process, say parliamentarians.
An alleged purge of South African Scientology members is lifting the veil on this highly secretive religion.