It is important not to look away from visceral pictorial evidence of the suffering of disempowered people
Despite 27 years of democracy and constitutionally guaranteed equity, discriminations continues
The ‘old guard’ vigorously defends its monopoly on power, while praising but excluding the younger generation
An installation and a documentary about the notorious residential school system amplify calls to define such deaths worldwide as genocide
Student photographers capture the inside of a South African protest for the freedom of Palestine, outside the Israeli embassy in Pretoria
African Liberation Day has been numbed down to feel-good festivities and colourful clothing, but we must not forget it is a day upon which the path for liberation was declared
Increased immigration from the brown-youth-populated Global South to the ageing white Global North does not feature as a solution in many Western arguments. Could the fear of a “blacking of the West” be the reason?
Proposed changes to the Traditional Courts Bill to remove the possibility to “opt out” and use magistrate’s courts instead are probably unconstitutional, and definitely play into the hands of traditional leaders instead of their communities
When it comes to cravings for food from home, my palate is no culinary snob
In a three-part series on South Africa’s land question, Tembeka Ngcukaitobi takes a look at the colonial conquests that drove us here
It is unfathomable that gay people are being killed in the first country in the world to have enshrined their freedom in its constitution
Global economies and the unprecedented democratisation of information have changed the world. Given that the main purpose of school was to teach children the necessities to live and to work, is there no easier, or more effective, way to achieve that same goal two centuries later?