Many of South Africa’s Struggle heroes developed their activism at Fort Hare University, writes Thami Ka Plaatjie.
Undoing racism requires everyday work in our lives. Central to this practice is an awareness of how racism works.
The source of our economic problems is fear, indecision and timidity by our fiscal policy overlords, writes Bheki Ntshalintshali.
Kabila’s rival, Katumbi, has been accused of recruiting US mercenaries, but that's improbable, writes Peter Fabricius.
The public made some miscalculations in the service of its fury, says Denis Beckett.
It's possible journalists have been played by a network of shadowy individuals reaching into the highest echelons of the state, writes Craig Dodds.
Why does the US feel it has the right to endanger Chinese national security interests in the South China Sea? asks Shannon Ebrahim.
My name is Sydney and Independent Media has been my home for more than 40 years.
Independent Media’s transformation is a story of finding the balance between the needs of loyal print readers while meeting ...
In the US, it's talked about, but privately, but in SA racism, sexism and classism are tackled head-on and unapologetically, says Olivia Exstrum.
I have news for Tshwane mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa and President Jacob Zuma: Parliament is not moving, says Douglas Gibson.
Because of Lucia Naido, because of Noxolo Nogwaza, because of Tebogo Mokhoto, because of Tshifhiwa Ramurunzi, writes Ella Kotze.
Social media has laid down a challenge to traditional journalism, and Independent’s MOJO team has taken up the challenge, says Chelsea Geach.
While the Mall of Africa may not actually be Africa’s biggest mall, it does deserve credit for its sheer scale and exuberance, writes Denis Beckett.
A new book, Cold Case Confession, sheds light on the murder of Betty Ketani - and how a letter hidden under a carpet for ...