Johannesburg is not the most anxious or dangerous city in the world, but its global reputation, history and architecture make it a valuable site for thinking about how anxiety structures our lives.
The clock is ticking: in the absence of government support, not being able to work means waste reclaimers don't have money to buy food.
Political mistrust is high as the country looks to the next municipal elections in 2021.
Successful coalition governance ultimately depends on political maturity and the ability to govern across divisions.
Late detection of breast cancer means treatment is often drastic and frightening for patients.
South Africa's Department of Water and Sanitation has plans in place to ensure adequate water supply until 2040 and beyond.
All signs point to the Democratic Alliance being in deep turmoil which will affect its strength as South Africa's official opposition.
South Africa needs to develop low-cost housing solutions that are inherently comfortable and environmentally sustainable. Green roofs could be part of these solutions.
It's much easier for people to access fatty, salty food than it is to find healthier options.
The election will not change the government, but may change the balance of power between the two factions of the governing ANC, led by Cyril Ramaphosa and Jacob Zuma.
Graffiti contributes to place-making by creating meaningful or identifiable spaces.
Theatre, offers an experiential engagement with daily acts of placemaking.
Johannesburg Then and Now is an important book about what ought to be appreciated and "saved".
A tree-killing beetle has invaded South Africa. This is what should be done.
South Africa and Kenya have some valuable lessons for other African countries on how to finance urban infrastructure development.
Harmful pesticides have been found in the widely consumed sharptooth catfish found in a river that runs through Johannesburg.
Widespread concerns about the levels of immigration in South Africa make the issue appeal to voters across the economic and racial spectrum.
Troubles in South Africa's coalition-led local governments are affecting accountability, governance stability and service delivery.
With international trade facing its greatest threat in decades, this club of China, Brazil, Russia, South Africa and India will have much to say about it.
Over a third of pupils in the Gauteng province still travel more than five kilometres to school.