In the run-up to the ANC’s 52nd national conference, fake news peddlers fed us two contrasting sides of Zuma and Mbeki, writes Molifi Tshabalala.
Maybe there was a time when rhetoric, song and dance could fuel and sustain a revolution. Not anymore, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.
Head of the Mitchells Plain Community Police Forum cluster urges everyone who is passionate about protecting children to join search-and-rescue group.
No matter how many carrots Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoan lays out for President Jacob Zuma next month, he is unlikely to get what he wants.
The latest draft, published last year, does not foresee any need for nuclear for the next 20 years.
We are the continent at once most threatened by climate change, and most likely to benefit from the potential new era of renewable energy.
Patrick Wisani’s protracted case has only served to highlight the failures of the system in protecting women against gender-based violence in SA.
The experts agree that the extremely low reservoir levels are at least partly a result of an accumulated 2-3 years of relatively low winter rainfall.
Can we not trust our husbands, brothers, uncles, friends, teachers to not hurt our children when we can’t be around, asks Riana Howa.
The recent spate of stories about violence against women and children is shocking, but we as South Africans are not as shocked as we should be.
We need the criminal justice system to be on the side of children who are always vulnerable.
The headline “UWC rape, then police abuse” (May 9) was poignant for numerous reasons.
An open letter to our government and other African governments in support of Dr David Nabarro as the next WHO director-general by Dr Iqbal Survé.
High blood pressure, also known a hypertension, is one of the most common risk factors for heart attacks, stroke and kidney disease in South Africa.
There are many reasons why payment of salaries for izinduna may be coming under heavy criticism from some quarters.
The ANC welcomes the decision by Human Settlements minister to take Western Cape government to court to stop sale of Tafelberg to private interests.