Changing viewpoint gives the lie to 'fairy-tale' appointment, writes Ayesha Moola.
Lucky to survive perilous journeys, many migrants often face horrendous abuse, and SA is no exception.
You don’t have to look far to see or experience daily discrimination, writes Senzo Hlophe.
South Africa would do well to fire all its deputy ministers, argues.
Growing up on the Cape Flats, watching Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful are part of the everyday rituals.
Think about a world in which Hlaudi Motsoeneng was at the head of the SABC back in the ’80s. What would South Africans have been deprived of?.
Honour the Class of ’76 by improving our education system, writes Slindile Khanyile.
This is the lesson the struggle taught us. However, 'active' should not be interpreted as 'violent', writes Zaakirah Vadi.
Legislation already exists to act against race hate. Do we need more?.
Freeing the language from its straitjacket would make it easier for all to be more comfortable with it, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
He fought the good fight, the moral fight, the fight for the poor and the marginalised and the oppressed, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The explosion of vitriol towards Germany shows how sensitive this issue remains more than 100 years after the Ottomans began ...
Monumental judgment a reminder of why we must contribute to the fight against impunity, writes Angela Mudukuti.
Israel must not use South Africa's drought as a marketing opportunity to whitewash its crimes against the Palestinians, writes Suraya Dadoo.
The ocean's health is threatened in numerous ways by the presence of plastic, writes Barbara Thomson.