The apartheid system delineated people using racial categories – white, black, Indian and coloured – and these continue to influence post-apartheid South African society.
An informal settlement community in Kraaifontein near Cape Town is living in uncertainty. This after a court granted the owners an eviction order two years ago. About 70 families are living on the privately owned land known as Klein Akker.
Cyril Ramaphosa’s ascent to the presidency has brought hope to South Africans, former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela said on Tuesday.
Former public protector Thuli Madonsela says government’s attempts to ensure social justice will remain futile without inclusiveness.
Two Cape Town wine making companies are optimistic that this week’s investment and trade initiative (ITI) to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) will give them an opportunity to expand their footprint to the DRC and neighbouring countries. Wine makers Aslina and Robinson & Sinclair are part of the 29 business people delegation to the […]
Year Award 1964 Elected Honorary President of the Students’ Union, University College, London 1965 Elected Honorary President of the Students’ Union, University of Leeds, Britain 1973 A nuclear particle discovered at the University of Leeds named the Mandela particle 1975 Honorary life membership of the Students’ Union, The University of London 1979, 29 Sept Awarded […]
Tuesday marks exactly six months since the coronavirus was declared a national disaster on March 15. The announcement was made 10 days after the first case was reported in South Africa which was followed by an initial gradual rise in confirmed infections, mostly imported through international travel.
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has submitted a proposal to government, seeking to convert its bonds in Eskom into equity.
As the world struggles to deal with the coronavirus (COVID-19), an academic is turning to history to try and find answers from past tragedies.
Opportunistic cyber criminals are using COVID-19 to target people with scams, malicious websites and phishing attacks. Cyber experts say South Africa has seen a rise in attacks on digital networks since President Cyril Ramaphosa declared the pandemic a national disaster.