Author Mark Gevisser and Justice Edwin Cameron opine on the state of the nation, British royals Harry and Meghan give an explosive interview to Oprah and Eskom CEO André de Ruyter is accused of SA's irredeemable sin.
If there is one thing to be learnt from the Covid-19 pandemic a year on, it is that our inequality has deepened even further, writes Mark Gevisser.
Judges are used to presiding over bitter maintenance disputes, but this time leading Western Cape High Court Judge Gayaat Salie-Hlophe finds herself caught up in a complex dispute involving her ex-husband and her estranged adult daughter.
In Oprah with Meghan and Harry, the Duchess of Sussex said: "As an adult who lived a really independent life, to then go into this construct – that is different than I think what people imagine it to be – it's really liberating to be able to have the right, and the privilege in some ways, to be able to say, 'Yes, I'm ready to talk'."
ANALYSIS | André de Ruyter accused of SA’s irredeemable sin as he shuts down Eskom patronage networks
In his battle with Solly Tshitangano, Eskom’s suspended chief procurement officer, CEO André de Ruyter has the support of the president, his minister and his board, despite being accused of South Africa’s ultimate sin – racism, writes Pieter du Toit.
The trauma of both the Covid-19 illness and death, and the securitisation and militarisation of this public health emergency, will for years be marked on bodies and communities, writes Edwin Cameron.
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