Poor to pay price for violent rampage

Opinion

The implications are unthinkable.More people are going to be infected and perish from the devastating Covid-19 Delta ...

For jobless youth, being part of a protest better than doing nothing

Opinion

A few weeks ago, in the midst of a devastating third Covid-19 wave that is decimating the Gauteng province, embattled ...

Why black women celebrate themselves on Father’s Day

Opinion

Sunday was Father’s Day, but many women went on social media celebrating themselves and their mothers instead.

Naomi Osaka teaches us women are not rocks: when you strike us, we bleed

Opinion

Professional tennis player Naomi Osaka has a Japanese father and a Haitian mother.

A government that can’t provide water is not worthy of being in power

Opinion

A friend of mine who is a pharmacist in Harare once told me that he makes good money selling drips to hospital patients.

For SA to live, this ANC must die

Opinion

Maybe, as former president Kgalema Motlanthe once argued, for SA to live, this ANC must die.

Cape Town fire highlights more painful human rights issues

Opinion

I love Cape Town, it is one of the most beautiful cities in SA and, quite frankly, in the world. Its ethereal ...

Prince Philip was a racist, to ignore this after his death is to distort the truth

Opinion

Upon hearing the news, I remarked to my grandmother that his death was nothing to mourn since his life had been nothing ...

Politicians bring university that helped shape continent into disrepute

Opinion

The history of Africa and the people who shaped it cannot be told without speaking about the University of Fort Hare.

SA cannot be held hostage by archaic institutions and delinquent monarchs

Opinion

Across the world, there exist numerous monarchies of different forms and with varying degrees of royal power and ...