The year has been bumpy for political parties, service delivery protests and the average citizen. Arthi Gopi wraps up the year that was in council.
Tanya Waterworth spoke to two women at a Durban shelter who have escaped horrific abuse at the hands of people they loved.
George Rautenbach asks how President Jacob Zuma has changed from a promising leader to one a growing band of critics wants out.
The increase in violent protests points to a bigger question about the quality of South Africa's democracy, writes Craig Dodds.
Minister spells out plan to create fairer business terrain, writes Craig Dodds
Our people are deprived of their due in the country's wealth, poverty and starvation has been their life experience, writes Zwelinzima Vavi.
President Zuma's #SONA2016 speech completely ignored the major issues which government faced in the preceding year, writes Angelo Fick.
'Am I a racist?' is a question DA followers ask, writes Craig Dodds
Democracy means allowing opposing voices to be heard, writes William Saunderson-Meyer.
Farewell to a baddie who made women weak at the knees. Brian Viner tells the story of actor Alan Rickman.
Millions of people in South Africa are feeling the pain of a dying economy, writes Craig Dodds
SAA is in a death spiral and will crash and burn if its incompetant leaders are not removed, writes William Saunderson-Meyer
As more homeowners go off the grid, government must get ahead of energy trends, or get left behind, writes Craig Dodds
Durban Country Club greens will be livelier with Schabir Shaik around, writes William Saunderson-Meyer
Tegan Scales heard the fears and frustrations of ordinary men and women, many with small children, living in a refugee camp.