Saturday, November 25, 2017

Parliament’s standing committee on finance has adopted the health promotion levy also known as the sugar tax. The levy stems from the Department of...

Nobody is safe from the rages of Zimbabwe’s first lady, “Dr Amai” Grace Mugabe. There was the young South African model Grace lashed with...

Perhaps I am simply having a dumb blonde moment. I am really battling to understand the storyline of today’s popular narrative. Do I need someone...

Undernutrition is widespread and a key reason for poor child health in many developing countries. In sub-Saharan Africa, around 40% of children under the...

Fostering and harnessing innovative technologies could significantly reduce the negative impacts from climate change, including drought, water scarcity and food insecurity in African countries. According...

THERE are piercing truths about black people and the condition of blackness, ilif’ elimnyama, that leaves the heart necessarily vulnerable to the power and...

In 2013, a political analyst at the Electoral Institute of Southern Africa Ebrahim Fakir lamented that the “South African discourse on corruption is shrouded...

As the ANC heads towards its national conference, it is not only state institutions such as the intelligence community that is falling victim to...

This week marked the 30th annual anniversary of the slaying of a remarkable president. Thomas Sankara ruled Burkina Faso for just four years before he...

The recently reopened inquest into the death of a teacher and anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol was different in many ways from a traditional court case. Instead...