Concern at the role of fake sites in influencing South African public opinion has been growing over time.
A Kenyan film director sued her country’s film board and won. Local artists should follow suit and fight censorship.
Kenya’s LGBTI community will have to wait a while longer for the High Court’s ruling on whether it will decriminalise homosexual relationships.
A developmental psychologist explains how she uses Harry Potter books to make child development more relatable to first-year college students, many of whom grew up on the wildly popular books.
Women don’t want to be reduced to ceremonial roles; they believe they can add value in making decisions.
In South Africa, research sheds light on biological fathers who despite the pressures remain involved in their children’s lives.
Reggae in South Africa has lost its visibility and prominence inside the country after apartheid. But local artists have built up extensive international links.
South Africa has launched a plan to tackle HIV, TB and sexually transmitted infections — but much depends on its implementation over the next five years.
The particular brand of masculinity promoted by Africa’s influential male church leaders tends to devalue women, re-inscribe male domination.
People with albinism tend to identify with the black rather than the white community. Their physical differences, though, mean they don’t fit into either race group.
It is a tall order to try to become wise. And the bad news is that it appears harder than many philosophers have thought.
Organizational psychopathy, generally known as toxic leadership, is common in the private sector. It’s emerging more often in the public space too.
Schools that have supportive strategies in place can offer buffers. They can promote positive outcomes — for pupils and teachers.
Protests in South Africa are about more than just service delivery, they reflect a wider crisis in the country’s post-apartheid democracy.
Africa prioritises and makes more of an effort for large mammal conservation than any other region in the world.
Despite a growing chorus of deniers, white monopoly capital continues to be a South African reality that shapes the country’s political, economic and social life.