University of Limpopo masters student Khethani Mathiki sees how students struggle to cope emotionally with the effects of online learning.
We need to trust the justice system as a branch of government, but this leads to the burning question of who keeps an eye on the judiciary?
16 June 2020’s Youth Day marks 44 years since the historical Soweto uprising took place…but are today’s youth given adequate recognition and opportunities?
To see what SA might learn from the Italian context, The South African chatted to private equity firm partner Natale Labia, a South African expat who moved to Milan just before the COVID-19 outbreak.
Our society need to rethink ways in which to include disabled people through theatre and performance.
We thought the COVID-19 pandemic was the worst that could happen this year, but other atrocities are also surfacing.
The ban on alcohol and tobacco sales has dominated the South African media landscape since the beginning of the lockdown on 27 March. But what about the more pressing social issues?
The underlying truth seems to be that love in itself opposes our natural narcissism and that is the basis for something pure having so many contradictions.
TV channel Moja Love has constantly come under fire for its controversial choice of content which does not show the best side of South Africans – viewers included.
Does the technological dangers of lockdown’s all-encompassing virtual world not posing more of a long-term threat than the pandemic itself?
The requirements for students to be able to tune into online classes, cannot be met by all.