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.
Imraan Buccus says that burning the law library at UKZN was a serious political mistake.
It's not surprising students may invoke the right to protest but turn a blind eye to the stipulation that the protest must ...
The unprecedented fight in Kashmir isn't about lawlessness or terrorism; it is about dignity, writes Azad Essa.
Working for that balance between wildlife and humans is the ideal, writes Eugene Lapointe
The Kaepernick furore shows that structural violence against African-Americans and the demonisation of Muslims in the US ...
Turkey's government is using the Nazi tactic of persecuting the families of people opposed to the regime, writes Abdullah Bozkurt.
Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga has not promoted career politicians to his Mayco, but rather people who are in touch with the ...
George Rautenbach asks how President Jacob Zuma has changed from a promising leader to one a growing band of critics wants out.
Speaking out helps only if someone is listening; and often, the very services tasked with protection are unsympathetic, writes Savera Kalidden.
We need to examine how what we do in our homes contributes to gender inequality, say Kopane Ratele and Rebecca Helman.
The people of Vuwani allowed themselves to be passive citizens to the detriment of their children, writes Motlhabane Skade.
In many ways, this election was a record-breaker, and one must give credit to the IEC for it.
The number of African presidents who refuse to relinquish power, and the inevitable violence that ensues, is on the increase, writes Peter Fabricius.
If we are to ensure a bright future for our children, our leaders need to innovate.