It’ll take more than the removal of ‘no ball games’ signs to get children moving. The real barriers to children’s participation in sport are structural: racism, misogyny and classism.
John Hlophe’s impeachment sets an example to other members of the judiciary who may feel tempted to abuse their power.
Sex workers have a deep understanding of their needs but development partnerships tend to prioritise scientific knowledge.
Mayat embodied principled, faith-based, socially committed, inspired leadership.
The judgment will also benefit spouses in Muslim marriages, which were legally recognised in a 2022 Constitutional Court judgment.
Our city streets are covered with posters, signage, art and graffiti. How can these public images support diversity and justice in cities?
Profits, not social justice, appear to be why the big grocers are dropping support for Australia Day. But creating a distraction when they’re being criticised for high prices is also possible.
The ANC leans heavily on its liberation movement brand. But this will not necessarily be a determining factor in who will sway voters later this year.
South Africa’s legal team includes lawyers who previously acted against the government.
There is precedent showing the ICJ may grant provisional measures within a month or two of the hearing, preventing Israel from causing further harm in Gaza.
Anna “Kakurukaze” Mungunda became the most widely acknowledged face of the resistance to the apartheid policy of forced removal.
Despite its historic importance, Sharpeville itself has remained unknown and its residents anonymous, yet they have a story to tell.
The governing ANC’s indifference to constitutionalism has left the constitution vulnerable to opportunistic attack by politicians.
Critics of the 1994 political settlement largely hail from the black middle class, even though it has been one the principal beneficiaries of South Africa’s social democracy.
The overwhelming majority of Muslims in Mozambique reject the violence of the insurgents and their quest for a caliphate.
The trend towards decriminalising same sex relations in the SADC region contrasts with moves towards harsher punishment in other parts of Africa.
Support for the Palestinian cause has remained a steadfast element of South African foreign policy since the ANC came into power in 1994.
The justice ministry had more than enough time to make the law constitutional. Failure to do so is an indictment on its leadership in the process.
The transfer of township rental houses to inhabitants did not necessarily give families greater security. “Family houses” were frequently acquired by individuals.
Land disputes arise when the fundamental principles of customary law are breached. The breach can be at the hands of the state or its representatives.