The Esidimeni tragedy shows public servants need to be guided by morals and ethics; not the whims of their political masters, writes Ryland Fisher.
Moves to criminalise hate speech have alarmed some religious leaders who are worried their freedom to preach will be impeded.
Missing journalists, it's almost always a photojournalist
We cannot allow hateful people to take us back to the past where narrow group identity caused much pain
Trumps favourite political tool, Twitter
Poaching has increased by 400 percent and the only way to end it is for people to act
The true tragedy for South Africa this year was the explosion of racial outbursts exacerbated by unfiltered social media, writes Shaun Smillie.
Measured thinking, rationality and real ideas did not appear to be a driving force in most of the year’s big events, writes Michael Morris.
We get so caught up in the joy of the birth of the Saviour and celebrating it, forgetting the real struggles his parents had, writes Stephen Brislin.
Across South Africa, Christmas trees at child and youth care centres (which, despite the vanilla name, range from nurturing ...
As South Africans we are becoming a bit more aware of each other’s stories, writes Michael Weeder.
We've all made mistakes. The key is to be able to identify when you’ve made a mistake, take ownership of it and correct it, writes Ryland Fisher.
William Saunderson-Meyer questions why President Zuma has not taken legal action against Julius Malema for the latter's defamatory statements.