A coal mine, an unsolved murder: a woman’s fight for her mother’s legacy

By Ylenia Gostoli A year after Fikile Ntshangase was shot six times in her home in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province, her daughter has seen no justice It was 7:30pm on … Read More

What Mandela And Fanon Learned From Algeria’s Revolution In The 1950s

Umkhonto weSizwe founder Nelson Mandela, receives military training at an Algerian FLN camp in Morocco, 1962 On the fifth anniversary of South African statesman Nelson Mandela’s death, it’s worthwhile to remember how … Read More

Will opening up the borders in Africa improve or harm African trade and economies of its countries?

By Francois J Marais Let me answer this from a South African perspective, there are many positives to opening the borders of Africa to improve the economic activities. I will start … Read More

Opinion: Will voting AGAINST the ruling party ever reduce their chance of winning the general elections or not?

Earlier this year, The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) targeted to increase voters roll to at least 27-million people before the 2019 national elections take place. Have they reached … Read More