ANALYSIS: Why more boys were born after SA World Cup
Gwinyai Masukume and Victor Grech explain what factors result in more male than female children being born.
ANALYSIS: What SA is doing to make a dent in cybercrime
Most enterprises in South Africa, especially banks, have been hardest hit by cybercrimes.
OPINION: James Bond is a sexist dinosaur, but audiences love it
Matthew Ashton says in terms of sexual politics, James Bond is firmly stuck in the past.
ANALYSIS: The 5 most common reasons for airliner disasters
Simon Ashley Bennett says the proportion of crashes caused by pilot error now stands at around 50%.
OPINION: Cancer and meat - too much hype?
Has a misleading message on the dangers of processed meat been put into the public domain?
OPINION: The role of meat in the fight against food insecurity
Voster Muchenje & Yonela Njisane say good-quality meat can help reduce food insecurity and poverty.
OPINION: Free university education is not the route to social justice
George Hull asks whether it’s true that in an ideal world, higher education would be free.
OPINION: Why Italy's income-based scheme for university fees makes sense
Emanuela Carleschi says public universities in Brazil, a country SA closely identifies with, are also free.
OPINION: Five trends SA universities must reject
Sioux McKenna says change in higher education appears to be stuttering.
OPINION: SA's higher education leaders missed a golden opportunity
Suellen Shay says all of us who care about higher education should join the #FeesMustFall protest marches.
OPINION: Divisions widen on role of journalists in SA
Lesley Cowling says in SA, race and ethnicity have been inescapable factors for journalistic identity.
ANALYSIS: Initiation safety in South Africa
Changes in gender norms are making initiation safer for South African boys.
OPINION: The argument for helping 'economic migrants'
Georgia Cole explains why helping ‘economic migrants’ may help stop others becoming ‘refugees’.
[ANALYSIS] Why discovery of small continental fragment in Indian Ocean matters
Far beneath Mauritius’s inactive volcanoes lies a fragment of ancient continental crust.