A resurgence of the coronavirus in South Africa is almost impossible to avoid, but the timing and extent depend on people's behaviour.
The latest scandal to hit news media involves Rukmini Callimachi, the journalist behind the New York Times podcast "Caliphate." The scandal spotlights the dynamic between reporters and "fixers."
Why is the call to prayer in Islam sounded out loudly? How do you balance freedom of religion and imposing on the rights of others? Pasha answers these questions.
A man went to court to stop the call to prayer from a neighbouring property in Durban, South Africa. Here's what happened.
Reflecting on the life of George Bizos, one of South Africa's shining lights.
The main reason for the growth of the informal water market is government failure to deliver adequate public services.
There is an app that helps frontline healthcare workers deal with the mental health challenges they face in the COVID-19 pandemic.
After the oil spill, the usual sight of families strolling by the sea was quickly replaced by volunteers working hard in a concerted effort to protect their coast.
Psychological services for girls who have been abused and traumatised in their marriages would help alleviate and reduce distress.
Gender-based violence needs urgent attention in South Africa.
PODCAST: Part six of The Anthill Podcast's Recovery series looks at the 2008 financial crisis and Great Recession that followed.
Why is the coronavirus affecting my sleep and dreams?
The fifth episode of a series from The Anthill Podcast on how recoveries from major crises throughout history focuses on what happened after the fall of the Soviet Union.
PODCAST: The fourth part of a series from The Anthill Podcast on how the world has recovered from past crises examines the aftermath of the second world war in the UK.
Here are 5 ways governments can get young people off tobacco.
For many people, universities remain institutions embodying past imperial practices. Universities have an important role to play in society, and they must do so with society.
PODCAST: The third part of a series from The Anthill Podcast on how the world recovered from major crises throughout history focuses on the recovery after 1918.
PODCAST: The second part of a series from The Anthill Podcast on how the world recovered from major crises throughout history.
PODCAST: An audio version of an in depth article on what newly discovered documents reveal about the burial of Charles Dickens, 150 years after his death.
Universities can only credibly claim to be preparing young people for their futures if they take into account the kind of world they are helping to bring about.