This is one of the dangerous questions Muslims are facing after US President Donald Trump's latest executive order, writes Shadi Hamid.
It is perplexing that the University of KwaZulu-Natal is engulfed in an endless cycle of conflict, writes Imraan Buccus.
Two #RhodesMustFall activists are now beneficiaries of a prestigious scholarship that honours that much-despised imperialist, writes Dennis Pather.
To see people from all over the world marvelling at our history while that history is not available to our own children, ...
ANC factions are too equally matched for the centre to hold, writes Dumisani Hlophe.
What Morocco is banking on this week is that 27 of the 53 African states will back its bid for AU membership, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The Windybrow Theatre has undergone renovations during the past two years, and is now bringing life back to Hillbrow, writes Edward Tsumele.
There is light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to transforming Hillbrow once again into a vibrant, culturally and ...
Andile Mngxitama is rapidly becoming the authority and custodian of the campaign against white monopoly capital, writes Malesela Steve Lebelo.
It is my professional duty to make myself vulnerable to the lives of others. It is also my duty to discern fact from fiction, writes Gabriel Crouse.
It would appear we were hasty in thinking the committee probing the SABC was a shining example of what parliamentarians should ...
Victor Kgmoeswana got into an eye-opening discussion with Biggie, the carwash attendant, about Ficab, Caps and PepEP.
As more and more revelations about Khomotso Phahlane come to the fore, many are wondering what could possibly have gone wrong, writes Lebo Kheswa.
The debate about white monopoly capital has been going on for too long. The government must act, says Mcebisi Ndletyana.
Barack Obama could have done more for the continent by supporting pro-democracy protests, writes Benjamin Talton.