As a society, we need to discard narratives and socialisation that are sending young Black men to their graves, says Kelebogile Motswatswa.
A landmark court judgement in South Africa has struck a heavy blow against the polluters as well as sloppy government efforts to enforce legislation.
South Africa’s muted response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine could risk leaving it on the wrong side of history, writes Stephen Williams.
In South Africa the poor, who are actually the majority, are often treated like criminals. This is a long way from the promise of freedom and equality that came with the end of Apartheid, says Kelebogile Motswatswa.
There is a lot for which Covid is responsible, but it changed my life in other profound ways and all for the better, says Moky Makura.
Has the ANC succeeded in transforming from a liberation movement to an effective governing party or has it outlived its usefulness? Mushtak Parker reads the runes.