Sabina Essa put herself through law school at Wits, eschewing financial aid in favour of a fulltime job, but writes that the sacrifice was worthwhile.
The good news is it is easy and immediate, the bad news is SA's already had discomfiting experiences with SMS voting, says Colin Thakur.
No fee higher education is an unrealistic expectation with unsustainable solutions, writes Damtew Teferra
Analysts predict Zim leader's imminent demise, with a chorus of disenchantment rising, writes Peter Fabricius
Fake Aids 'cures' have long been the bane of activists fighting for access to treatment.
Whichever way you look at it, voting is more prudent than not voting, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
The 'Adventure Couple' didn't make it to the top together. But Letshego Zulu will be back to finish what they started
Turkey's president is clamping down on any dissent and opposition to his rule after a failed military coup last week
Finding a cure for HIV remains a major scientific challenge, but many believe it to be within the realm of possibility
More than 90 years after the Aryan fanatic put it all in his book, a new generation of racists has emerged
Our house is still burning, writes TAC chairwoman Nkhensani Mavasa
But meeting the UNAids 90-90-90 targets will require major changes in how programmes are delivered and financed
It's an ambitious testing, treatment and viral suppression target, a speedy scaling up ...
As 18 000 people gather for #AIDS2016, the prospect of a cure is plausible enough that it ...
Chikwe Ihekweazu relives his experience from 2000, when the International Aids Conference was last hosted in South Africa