…but Trump and Zuma are bound by patriarchy and sexism, writes Lyn Snodgrass.
It will take extraordinary leadership to get South Africa off this road to disaster.
Does the fact that a daughter doesn’t regard her mom as racist mean that the mom isn’t racist?.
Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo writes in celebration of the backbone of the health sector on International Nurses Day.
Rape and violence like it are deviance. They must never be allowed to become the norm.
Our constitution enjoins us to remember Nat Nakasa and others, recognise the injustices of our dark past and work towards ...
20 years since the formal end of apartheid, South Africa still has a considerable distance to travel to become a country of true social cohesion.
With unemployment at 26.7% overall, it is hitting young people hardest, with 37.7% jobless. This spells awful trouble ahead.
Counting cheetahs: a new approach yields results in the Maasai Mara, writes Femke Broekhuis.
It is cruel to use children as pawns in a province always at the bottom end of the matric pass rate list, writes Vuyisile Msila.
Sadiq Khan's win beat a tarring campaign going right up to Prime Minister David Cameron that sought to portray him as a man with worrying associations.
Are 74% of African girls aged 15 to 24 HIV+? Not even close, writes Africa Check researcher, Vinayak Bhardwaj.
The stage is set for the upcoming elections.
Apologies for racism are now as popular as racism itself, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
Helen Scott takes a look at where South African law stands on naming and shaming.