Mexico’s starch retains essential nutrients and protein that is much healthier than our maize, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Two middle-aged white men debating abortion in the US vice-presidential debate made for uncomfortable viewing, writes Rachael Revesz.
Before the wars and genocides that shook the 20th century, Plaatje argued that we bear an ethical responsibility to ensure ...
Our safe place in the boat will mean nothing when we all sink, despite having once been in the pound seats, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
Azad Essa was rather baffled by President Barack Obama’s choice of words for Shimon Peres at his funeral last week.
Ayanda Hollow responds to Lebo Keswa's opinion piece ‘Muthambi's use of digital migration as a vendetta will cost SA’.
Criminals operate freely - and some are even given top government jobs - while the homeless are are hounded by police, writes Danny Oosthuizen.
Here’s what you should know about grief - what people need, what sucks, what works, what sucks.
Why do clowns - the supposed purveyors of jokes and pranks - often end up sending chills down our spines? Frank T. McAndrew explains...
What if our endless attempts at “reconciliation” are misguided? What if, instead, we started with what we agreed on: like rights of the child.
The way the government has nakedly displayed its thuggish power during student protests is telling, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
Where are the BEE cats when you really need them, asks Madala Thepa
An embarrassing night for Zuma and poor poll results are just too much for the ANC to stomach, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
Nocks Seabi takes issue with an article in The Sunday Independent last Sunday about an alleged plot to remove Limpopo Premier Stan Mathabatha.
Violent protests over tuition fees could see universities shut for the rest of the year - a huge setback for thousands of ...