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44 days ago
Should SA create a special law to criminalise racism?
Should SA create a special law to criminalise racism?

Legislation already exists to act against race hate. Do we need more?.

44 days ago
#June16 special report: ‘All I want is a proper job’
#June16 special report: ‘All I want is a proper job’

Graduates take employment search to streets, writes Nosipho Mngoma.

44 days ago
A hot seat in our province
A hot seat in our province

As the new MEC for Education, Mthandeni Dlungwana is in charge of a R45bn budget and his decisions will impact at least 2.8 ...

44 days ago
It’s high time to decolonise Afrikaans
It’s high time to decolonise Afrikaans

Freeing the language from its straitjacket would make it easier for all to be more comfortable with it, writes Eusebius McKaiser.

47 days ago
Elephant poaching a growing worry
Elephant poaching a growing worry

Kruger Park rangers are innovative, smart with technology, writes Ilanit Chernick.

47 days ago
This northern corner of Kruger is aptly named
This northern corner of Kruger is aptly named

If there’s one thing that’s needed, it’s support.

47 days ago
Muhammad Ali’s greatest legacy
Muhammad Ali’s greatest legacy

He fought the good fight, the moral fight, the fight for the poor and the marginalised and the oppressed, writes Shannon Ebrahim.

47 days ago
The work has just started
The work has just started

Ratings agencies remain bound to the country’s future, in spite of resentment at their influence.

48 days ago
Abused Lions Safe To Roam
Abused Lions Safe To Roam

As the sun is setting, you can hear them roar… they're happy now.

48 days ago
Formidable pair standard-bearers for big cats
Formidable pair standard-bearers for big cats

Minunette and Savannah Heuser have had to overcome many challenges to get to where they are.

48 days ago
Armenian ‘genocide’ a sore point
Armenian ‘genocide’ a sore point

The explosion of vitriol towards Germany shows how sensitive this issue remains more than 100 years after the Ottomans began ...

48 days ago
Dictator gets life for war crimes
Dictator gets life for war crimes

Monumental judgment a reminder of why we must contribute to the fight against impunity, writes Angela Mudukuti.

48 days ago
Desalination could solve crisis, but should it?
Desalination could solve crisis, but should it?

Israel must not use South Africa's drought as a marketing opportunity to whitewash its crimes against the Palestinians, writes Suraya Dadoo.

48 days ago
Hydrologist: Water in SA not managed 'holistically'
Hydrologist: Water in SA not managed 'holistically'

Recognising that water is an expensive resource and creating incentives to saving it is one way of dealing with the country's crippling drought.

48 days ago
The toxic waste that fills our seas
The toxic waste that fills our seas

The ocean's health is threatened in numerous ways by the presence of plastic, writes Barbara Thomson.