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4th October 2018 A “selfie” video rant has landed a South African man, Kessie Nair, in hot water. Nair faces six counts of crimen injuria and two of incitement to... →
4th October 2018 The toxic presidency of Mugabe may be over, but the new Zimbabwean government of Emmerson Mnangagwa must quickly make some hard foreign policy... →
3rd October 2018 South Africans consistently rank crime among their top concerns, second only to unemployment. Between 2003 and 2015, 79% of people surveyed... →
2nd October 2018 In an interview published in the New York Times, American visual artist Hank Willis Thomas describes his work as “collaborative storytelling”. He... →
1st October 2018 In South Africa, more than 50% of working age adults don’t have jobs. But is the country asking the right questions when it comes to understanding... →
28th September 2018 South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC), may have to fight next year’s general election without hundreds of thousands... →
27th September 2018 Land reform remains one of South Africa’s most pressing unresolved issues. Attempts to address skewed ownership and economic participation... →
25th September 2018 A ruling by the South African Constitutional Court opens the way for decriminalising private use of cannabis, locally known as “dagga”. It marks a... →
20th September 2018 South Africa’s Constitutional Court has passed down a judgment that makes it legal for adults to cultivate and smoke marijuana in their homes. The... →
19th September 2018 The “Mandela and Me” exhibition at the British Council in London marks the centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth in 1918. The exhibition is sponsored... →