South Africa has to be a better option for Trump than Greenland is, writes Howard Feldman.
The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has ordered that anti-apartheid activist Nokuthula Simelane be presumed dead, bringing closure to her family after 35 years.
Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has written to the judges president of the Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal divisions of the High Court to ask them appoint judges for the inquests into the deaths in detention of anti-apartheid activists, Dr Neil Aggett and Hoosen Haffejee.
The Department of Basic Education has slammed human rights organisation Amnesty International SA’s education campaign which uses Hendrik Verwoerd, also known as the architect of apartheid, as the face of the campaign.
The nephew of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol, Imtiaz Cajee, has joined the National Prosecuting Authority and two other government departments in opposing the leave to appeal application of former apartheid police officer, Joao Roderigues.
Reconciliation as we knew it then (mid-nineties) is overworked. The challenge now remains – how do opposing groups dialogue and overcome the structural divides, writes Leon Wessels.
Following the case against apartheid cop Joao Roderigues, the cases of all those killed in apartheid prisons should be given immediate attention, the Imam Haron Foundation demands.
The Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has dismissed the application of apartheid-era cop Joao "Jan" Roderigues for a permanent stay of prosecution.
Radio Freedom broadcast for the final time in August 1991 after ANC president Oliver Tambo assigned Thami Ntenteni to attend a conference in Holland to officially switch off Radio Freedom transmitters. Its equipment is finally coming home.
Afrikaans culture is wonderful and rich and deserves so much more than to be represented by an anachronistic icon of a hateful past, writes Howard Feldman.
A quarter of a century after the advent of democracy in South Africa, teaching apartheid remains a difficult ride. WATCH
The old flag was the product of attempts to unify white South Africa, to the exclusion of black South Africans, something which Roets and AfriForum have difficulty understanding, never mind admit, writes Pieter du Toit.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has threatened to take legal action against author Dan Roodt over a tweet claiming Lesufi is not a South African citizen.
Amnesty International's latest education campaign is based on the organisation’s assertion that Hendrik Verwoerd, the minister of native affairs who was known as the architect of apartheid, would be smiling at the state of basic education in South Africa 25 years after democracy.
In post-apartheid South Africa there has been a tendency to misrecognise the global reality in which we find ourselves, writes Jeremy Cronin.
Two decades into supposed freedom, white people still believe that our struggle heroes owe the narrative of their legacies to their shallow opinions and not actual emancipation of black people, writes Naledi Chirwa.
The family of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol says the law must take its course - not only for him, but for many other activists who died at the hands of apartheid-era police officers.
My faith and commitment to inclusive humanisation means I cannot give up on my blood family. I cannot stop trying to understand and accept them more deeply, writes Wilhelm Verwoerd.
The Department of Arts and Culture has paid tribute to 79-year-old Fred Brownwell, the man who designed SA's iconic democratic national flag.
Racists display the apartheid flag because they yearn for apartheid South Africa which they used to celebrate, the SA Human Rights Commission's Wim Trengove, SC, has told the Equality Court.
Interracial couples stand out in post-apartheid South Africa
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