How does one become a traditional healer and what do they do? Nqabisa Faku and Aphiwe Mhlangulana examine the training and duties of traditional healers among the Xhosa people of South Africa.
After South Africa’s recent riots, justice and upholding the rule of law have never been more vital and there is no time to lose in addressing the country’s structural inequalities, writes Ivor Ichikowitz.
South Africa’s Apartheid-era migrant worker system left many children without the love so necessary for their full development. It casts its shadow even today, but it can be defeated, writes Kelebogile Motswatswa.
Instead of sowing divisions, South Africa’s pro-Zuma rioters seem to have united the country against them and inspired acts of heroism and selflessness.
Mandela’s qualities of bold and moral courage, elevated thinking, and multiple intelligences can help us bring about positive transformation.
Craig Foster, the South African conservationist, speaks to Jack Dutton about the overwhelming response to his Oscar-winning film, My Octopus Teacher and how he hopes it will encourage people to protect the oceans.