A landmark court judgement in South Africa has struck a heavy blow against the polluters as well as sloppy government efforts to enforce legislation.
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.
An insurgency that has claimed 3,000 lives and is threatening to upend the state seems to be of little concern to the country’s neighbours or even the AU. Mushtak Parker reports.
Do Black lives matter more in today’s South Africa than under apartheid? Mushtak Parker finds the reality falls far short of the hopes of 1994
This timely book brings the long-forgotten story of Krom Hendricks, who was barred from playing for South Africa in the 1890s, to the surface. Review by Mushtak Parker
This month, the United Kingdom’s coalition government under Prime Minister David Cameron, will impose tougher immigration rules through the Immigration Act 2014. The new act has …