Supporting Gogos to support young parents would be the most cost-effective way of repairing our broken social fabric, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
Scattered clouds. Mild.
I am sustained by my conviction that non racialism is not wrong. I am sustained by my conviction that we are better off together than being a divided nation, writes Panyaza Lesufi.
The fact that most Afrikaners embraced the new dispensation did not mean we relinquished our historic pursuit of cultural freedom, writes Flip Buys.
Solidarity and AfriForum are trying to secure 20,000 new policies for the insurer VirSeker.
Beyond being the blueprint for South Africa’s collective hopes for an improved society, marking a decisive break from the past, the Constitution is also a peace treaty, writes Phephelaphi Dube.
People are tired of political correctness and everything and everybody being the same. The CNN vs Trump duel is testimony of that.
Racism is not going away in a hurry and will probably be here for another 150 years. We need to focus on something else, writes Joann Bergstrom.
Condemning the behaviour of Afrikaans schools without doing anything to advance indigenous languages undermines our national identity anchored in unity in diversity, writes Mpumelelelo Mkhabela.
The majority of South Africans want the same thing – a good education and a better life for their children. Let's not get distracted by hooligans and trolls, writes Adriaan Basson.
The recent court struggle over Overvaal High School and the EFF’s protest at the school yesterday have placed the spotlight squarely on language issues and admission of learners in public schools, writes Paul Colditz.
What do you get when you take the actors and characters from Orkney Snork Nie, Vetkoekpaleis and Molly En Wors?
“Afrikaans” has been trending for the past 24 hours on South African Twitter as hundreds of users changed their profiles to resemble Afrikaners.
The community of 650 former South Africans in Patagonia has revived cultural traditions.
Google can now say 'Sanibonani' and 'Goeiemôre' during your morning commute. With an accent.
In the light of the recent court ruling on Hoërskool Overvaal, it's time to ask what our schools can do to ensure a more stable, diverse society with an inclusive ethos and robust anti-racism policies, writes Panyaza Lesufi.
Every national success story over the past 70 years starts the same way - give every one of our children a world class education so they can reach their full potential, says Mark Loudon.
Afrikaans must enjoy protection but not to the disadvantage of the indigenous people of this land.
Crowds have gathered outside Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeneging on Thursday in a second day of protests against the exclusion of learners from the Afrikaans-medium school. Watch.
Following protests that turned ugly on Wednesday, crowds have gathered outside Hoërskool Overvaal again on Thursday to express their anger at the exclusion of learners from the Afrikaans-medium school. Watch.
Things got ugly outside Hoërskool Overvaal on Wednesday morning as EFF supporters clashed with parents on the first day of school. The EFF are protesting Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in the area. Watch.
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