Without warning the Riot Squad was ordered to open fire on a crowd of civilians, writes Themba Khumalo.
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The current generation of youth activists need to emulate those of 1976 and pick up the spear and lead without fear, writes Kenny Morolong.
Local government is the sphere that requires greater capacity and delivery and therefore highly capable leadership, writes Dumisani Hlophe.
I would never have dreamed of applying for the prize without the inspiration of Muhammad Ali , writes Xolela Mangcu.
If your restaurant, hotel, B&B or conference centre does not offer free wi-fi, I am your pest, officially, from now on, says Victor Kgomoeswana.
An independent public protector to replace Thuli Madonsela is bad news for Zuma’s ANC, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
Tsietsi Mashinini was the only name that was on our lips. There was neither Mandela nor Sobukwe, writes Sandile Memela.
The events of June 16, 1976, turned Tsietsi Mashinini into an instant hero and an enemy of the state, writes Oupa Ngwenya.
Messages of victimhood as represented in the Hector Pieterson narrative undermine the heroic exploits of those who led the ...
Rape is unlike other crimes and justice systems have yet to recognise and incorporate that into practice, writes Bethany Ao.
Terrorism is one of those issues on which one wants as many allies as possible, writes William Saunderson-Meyer.
Heinrich Böhmke’s book, Sarie, provides fresh perspective on a multifaceted nation, writes Denis Beckett.
Anti-corruption activist Andrew Feinstein sees the film of his book, Shadow World, screen in Joburg this weekend. Janet Smith spoke to him.
Something refreshingly different has been quietly brewing away since Allister Coetzee took charge of the Springboks, writes Gasant Abarder.