Let's dispel some myths about talks that led to freedom, writes Albie Sachs.
Community health workers provide an essential service and should be treated with dignity and respect, says Bonginkosi Dhlamini.
There could be legal precedence in the call for the chief justice to appoint a judge, writes Alex Mashilo.
Jonathan Rubain is a gospel music superstar who is helping to put Hanover Park on the map, writes Gasant Abarder.
It took the murder of a student to focus the world's attention on just how unconscionable the security apparatus is, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Michelle Obama's latest Vogue cover shows her as influential in a different way to being first lady, writes Robin Givhan.
Historically, small states and voter disinterest have sunk efforts every time and they'll probably do so again, writes Julian Zelizer.
It is the ability to recognise that globalisation, change and uncertainty create emasculation and extremism, writes Ebrahim Rasool.
President-elect Donald Trump has a lot of hiring to do to make up his new administration, writes Kirsty Major.
In the absence of mass mobilisation, MK was doomed to play the role of a propaganda tool, writes Dale McKinley.
The international word of the year is meant to capture the "ethos, mood or preoccupations of that particular year", writes Amy Wang.
Robert de Neef shares a true story about a local seer who frequented his family-in-law near Ballengeich mining compound where they lived.
Peter Hain proposes replacing current student funding models with a graduate tax payable over an extended period of time.
Facebook must confront the responsibilities of being a media company, says Hayley Tsukayama.
Today is International Day for Tolerance. If you are not sure how to show tolerance, this guide is meant for you.