29.6.2018 11:34 am
The proposed new universal health care plan is not clear on how the changes will fix an already ailing system.
South Africa’s Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has finally gazetted the bill detailing an ambitious plan to roll out universal health care in the country through National Health Insurance.
Racism permeated all sports. But rugby was where the greatest pain was felt, no doubt because Afrikaners misguidedly claimed it as their sport.
Apartheid has been removed from the statute books for almost three decades. But a de facto apartheid endures both economically and socially.
Recently, Julius Malema spoke at the Pan African Parliament, slamming its leaders and telling the parliament as a whole to get its act together.
Social media platforms are providing Africans with an opportunity to counter negative stereotypes by giving them representational agency.
The case of a person presenting as male who wants to dress as a woman in a men’s prison has raised several concerns.
And it’s not getting any better as the policy of expropriation without compensation will cause further damage to personal wealth.
Presidential term limits being abandoned or extended is leading to a reemergence of authoritarian politics and political violence.
If voters don’t recognise their power, they might find themselves living in modern versions of the Bantustans.
More than 7 500 jobs are on the line in Ramaphosa’s fight against a bully, but he has a few factors on his side.
The facts speak against our inherent prejudice of people supposedly coming to our country to ‘steal’ our jobs.
With no party assured of outright victory any more, recent experiences are a lesson that SA parties need to learn to play the coalition game.
Littering in protest is indicative of a discordant society, and a culture of littering can tell us a lot about a society’s ethos.
The problem with 1994 is not that there was too much compromise; it was that there was not enough.