The Kaepernick furore shows that structural violence against African-Americans and the demonisation of Muslims in the US ...
A poster declaring that Chris Hani never opposed the ANC signals an ANC at odds with itself and ambivalent to its history, writes Ayabonga Cawe.
These decisions are not a reflection of what we think of the illegal miners or anti-gay pastor, but of the type of people ...
The silence when it comes to the treatment of Rastafari kids and black children who keep dreadlocks is deafening, says Thando Sipuye.
Guidelines restricting what will be tolerated in the name of dissatisfaction are key or infrastructure will be destroyed, writes Ray McCauley.
On the Friday I was Danny the homeless guy, the Monday I was Danny from the Cape Argus - the only difference was I had a job, writes Danny Oosthuizen.
A deadly cycle of terror by extremist groups and terror by powerful states started on September 11 2001, says Imam Rashied Omar.
A local government which takes cycling seriously is vastly more likely to be progressive in myriad other ways too, writes Murray Williams.
Hillary Clinton's health just became a real issue in the presidential campaign, writes Chris Cillizza.