Matric has definitely made me a better version of myself but I'm so glad that it's finally over, says Kiara Sudama.
The answer to this problem does not lie with making pupils repeat an entire grade because of poor mathematical performance, writes Elizabeth Walton.
From Nairobi to Addis Ababa, Lusaka to Abidjan, African cities are quickly becoming toxic miasmas. But things may be changing, writes Azad Essa.
Next year we, the matric class of 2016, will face a series of pressing issues in our country head-on, writes Danelle Plaatjies.
Turning away from a meat-based diet has great emancipatory potential, write Carla Tsampiras and Neil Overy.
It is a blight on our maturing democracy that the sound of jail doors are not beckoning - yet - for any of the main culprits.
The unexplained mushrooming of false prophets and dodgy pastors is crippling the moral greatness of that sacred religion, writes Elvis Masoga.
Judges must grapple with the question of how to uncover the truth about State of Capture, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
White supremacy manifesting as racism persists precisely because the ANC took it out of the liberation struggle equation, ...
Why is a black woman entrepreneur struggling to place her wine, proudly titled Ses’fikile, on the stands of major liquor ...
Developing a shale gas industry in SA presents economic, technical and implementation issues, writes Bulelwa Payi.
The best universities do not try to run away from recognising people’s identities, or being coy about it, writes Xolela Mangcu.
What we miss is not the magic of an overblown mythology, but the sense of a considered leader who represents a fraternal ...
It takes a remarkable individual to break ranks, stare down dominant views, and face being unpopular among “one’s own, writes Ahmed Kathrada.
Shannon Ebrahim interviews Hans Hoebeke of the International Crisis Group on the DRC.