We need to hear young women’s voices on violence, Savera Kalideen writes
President Jacob Zuma urges all South Africans to exercise their votes in the local government election.
Voters need to let their public representatives know that they serve at their pleasure, that voters have the power of correction.
Nicky Falkof explores how, during the height of apartheid, family murders became what was termed a ‘bloody epidemic’
A leading academic urges a 10-year breather from democracy to allow warring parties to settle down after emerging from years of conflict
We must all wait to see if the word “change” on DA posters is reality or fiction come August 3
We add our thanks to that of Lifesaving South Africa. If only we had more decent people doing the right thing
Janet Smith and Nolo Moima compiled this guide to Wednesday’s municipal election
South Africa’s politicians will have to adjust to many more coalitions, writes Jaap de Visser
Soraya Solomon describes the recent act of cruelty in which eight children tortured and killed a stray dog Sam
Citizens have a right to know where political parties' funding comes from, but no law requires the proactive disclosure of private contributions
This time I won't be endorsing a party's policy position, instead I've opted to take a practical approach, writes Eusebius McKaiser
SA is vulnerable to manipulative politicking, which exploits fear and polarises the electorate with talk of victimisation, racism and revenge.
Should South Africa be concerned about election violence as daily protests intensify, ask Ciara Aucoin and Jakkie Cilliers
This time next week, South Africans will vote at the country's 22 612 polling stations for their metro, town or district councils