Government’s decision to lower the maths pass mark by 20 percent in some grades is “a disastrous and silly decision,” says Adam Habib.
The Manhattan Brothers Tribute concert was something to write home about, says Amanda Maliba.
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.
Though heavily criticised, Blade Nzimande has not been resting on his laurels but has been busy searching for solutions, writes Sonwabile Ngxiza.
The Syrian government is just as guilty as Islamic State of using chemical weapons against its own people, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The death of Fidel Castro brings reflection on how his country handled prejudice, writes William Gumede
Is there collusion between political elites and captains of industry amid state capture, asks Muxe Nkondo
Comedy sensation Loyiso Gola is even bigger now thanks to a stint on international online video site Vimeo.
If we fail to build a mass-based and democratic left we will face an increasingly bleak and dangerous future, writes Imraan Buccus.
Both anti- and pro-JZ groups are capitalist elites, writes Dumisani Hlophe
The DA in the North West has given Premier Supra Mahumapelo and five of his MECs F ratings in their annual scorecard.
A Kayamandi mother drove around with her son's body for three days because of an alleged document bungle at Stellenbosch Hospital.