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.
Shannon Ebrahim writes that Muhammad Ali’s power was as much in his conscience as it was in his fists.
Mistrust and paranoia continues to plague relations between the US and South Africa, says Chris Williams.
The recent vitriol towards Germany shows how sensitive this issue remains 100 years after the Ottomans began arresting their ...
Without detailed legislation compliant with the constitution and accurately enforced by independent courts, the poor and ...
If there is a spectacular political party in South Africa at the moment, then it is the Economic Freedom Fighters, says Candess Kostopoulos.
It seems we are breeding a state where those who are supposed to enforce the law think they themselves are the law, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
First, we need to stop the arrests for low-level use, but decriminalisation doesn't go far enough; we must push for legalisation, ...
We would rather see a boy at an elite university get his swim cap back on again than for him to understand rape culture, writes Lauren Puckett.
Showering young women with material gifts in return for sexual favours is not a blessing, it’s exploitation, says Ray McCauley.
If you think a black woman can't play Hermione, then JK Rowling is right - you're racist, says Grace Dent.