The impression has been created that the local Muslim community would have had a violent response, which is far from the truth, says Shafiq Morton.
We must be getting some things right in South African sport when we’re travelling to Rio to compete with the world’s best, says Mike Wills.
Why is it that my family and other white families occupy a different reality from the rest of South Africans in this city? asks Yonela Diko.
Danny Oosthuizen pays homage to doctors and nurses at state hospitals who work long hours, under terrible conditions, and ...
Opponents of the Maiden's Cove development want to the majority of Capetonians out of certain areas, writes Patricia de Lille.
We can make a difference if we work together, writes Murray Williams.
And Ashraf Allie wants the Athlone and Cape Flats chapter of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry to lead the way, he tells Gasant Abarder.
The ConCourt judgment relating to a dispute between Solidarity and Correctional Services could set new targets, write Jonathan ...
If we managed to survive the turbulent, momentous events of 1968, then surely we can survive the current crises, writes Mike Wills.
When a retired policeman saw two young men in car outside his house with their cellphones in front of them, he immediately went into police mode.
In the middle of the Mandela Day magic, I got this sad feeling. So many people still sleep outside, writes Danny Oosthuizen.
Neighbourhood watches can be profoundly valuable in fostering unity, because every single one of us cares passionately about ...
Was the #USterroralert simply a damaging piece of backside-covering by the embassy staff, asks Mike Wills.
When Robert Kennedy visited 'Die Withuis' at Stellenbosch University students gave him a rapturous welcome, writes Michael Morris.
We know that all too often the real determining principle for “news” is: “Man bites dog”, writes Murray Williams.