OPINION: SA & regulating traditional healers: it’s not easy
Renee Street and Christa Rautenbach look at the challenges linked to the regulation of traditional healers.
OPINION: Why an ineffective flu remedy is still being advertised in SA
Roy Jobson looks at oscillococcinum, a homeopathic remedy which claims to relieve flu and flu-like symptoms.
OPINION: SAPS need more than social media savvy to polish image
Andrew Faull looks at the carefully scripted performance in which the SAPS is heavily invested.
OPINION: The Trevor Noah phenomenon
Lyn Snodgrass says young, black South Africans are standing up in the ‘comic revolution’.
EXPLAINER: How currency markets work & why the rand is falling
Fatima Bhoola says rand weakness can be attributed to many structural problems facing the local economy.
OPINION: How toxic leaders destroy people & organisations
Theo Veldsman says leaders need to understand the nature and dynamics of toxic leadership and organisations.
OPINION: SA’s poor face rising food prices as drought intensifies
Nick Vink believes there is potential for a large-scale disaster in agriculture in South Africa.
OPINION: The ANC at 104: Rhetoric versus reality
Richard Pithouse says at the end of 2015 the ANC’s credibility was rapidly eroding.
OPINION: SA and China: Behind the smoke and mirrors
Ross Anthony says South African and Chinese aspirations have much in common.
ANALYSIS: Why the magic of Christmas is all down to chemistry
Simon Cotton explains that Christmas is a feast for the senses because of chemistry.
OPINION: From Hemingway to Blixen - Why Africa still attracts hunters
Peet Van Der Merwe says a number of countries use hunting to their advantage.
OPINION: Why race is still a divisive issue in SA
Lyn Snodgrass unpacks Ferial Haffajee’s book ‘What If There Were No Whites In South Africa?’.
OPINION: Why Zuma’s actions have rendered him a lame duck
Co-Pierre Georg says that with his recent actions, President Jacob Zuma has shown himself the door.
OPINION: Why SA should gird itself for tumultuous times
Dirk Kotze says Zuma’s latest decisions have left everyone speculating as to the real reasons.
OPINION: Why Afrikaans doesn’t qualify for special treatment at universities
A closer look at the actual content of the constitutional right concerning language in education.
OPINION: What Pistorius trials tell us about racism in SA’s judiciary
Fola Adeleke says black lawyers are regularly stereotyped and their competence questioned.
OPINION: The evolutionary psychology of mass shootings
Frank T McAndrew looks at what happens if you give a man a gun.
OPINION: Pope Francis in Africa: he came, he saw, now what?
P Pratap Kumar says the pope’s visit to Africa has been profiled as a ‘message to the world’.