The Women's Boat to Gaza is a symbolic act of hope. It's also a dangerous mission, writes South Africa's participant, Leigh-Ann Naidoo.
The Joburg Art Fair is at once challenged and boosted by international competition, says Gabriel Crouse.
Danny Oosthuizen has one question for Pastor Steven Anderson: “What would Jesus have done?”
Students need to consider the unanticipated effects of violent activism and preserve the institutions we have inherited, writes Ray McCauley.
South Africa does not rank among the top 30 driest countries in the world when average rainfall per year is compared, writes Gopolang Makou.
The lack of mobilisation over Yemen is hypocritical. The US is still gatekeeper of this conflict and winners-losers remain the same, writes Azad Essa.
Education, youth, selfless giving are just a few aspects of the remarkable life of Imam Abdullah Haron who died in detention ...
Imagine if the South African flag was raised everywhere, every morning - especially at our schools and universities, says Murray Williams.
Intolerance of dissenting views and criticism of students’ ideas without engagement is disheartening, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
This is an extract from Malcolm Ray’s book, Free Fall: South African Universities in a Race against Time.
Eurocentric thinking is impeding progress towards the decolonisation of thought, but is hard to detect, writes Muxe Nkondo.
The body count under Gauteng Heath MEC Qedani Mahlangu's watch is staggering, and continues to climb, writes Don Makatile.
What if, and that is a big if, the plan all along was to convince us blacks that we had political power when we did not, writes Dumisani Hlophe.
The strategies used so far in the #FeesMustFall fight may undermine the entire struggle, writes David Maimela.
Data is a more pressing human need than oxygen as Parliament now stars a radio personality-turned-activist writes Victor Kgomoeswana.