This past week, the ANC was dealing with its biggest jolt since it came to power in 1994. With little more than a hashtag, #FeesMustFall, and a lot of healthy outrage, tens of thousands of students across the country and across race and party lines rose up, shut down campuses and stopped examinations, then marched on Parliament and Luthuli House and left the lawns of the Union Buildings smouldering.
The signature Basotho blanket is worn proudly by the people from Lesotho in their everyday lives and it embodies the rich culture and history of Lesotho.
The role of firearms and gun ownership, legal and illegal, in violent and criminal behavior, and what can be done to increase safety in our communities.
South Africa celebrates Heritage Day today, the day used to be known as Shaka Day in commemoration of one of the most famous African warriors and king to ever grace South Africa
This Is Africa, Open Book Cape Town and #cocreateSA hosted four acclaimed authors for a Meet and Greet evening on Friday. Guests were treated to book presentations, Q&As, readings and spoken word poetry
Today remember Steve Bantu Biko, the best-known martyr of the struggle against apartheid. A thinker, freedom fighter, writer and the founder of the Black Consciousness Movement, we celebrate Biko’s remarkable legacy.
Cape Town’s Open Book Festival kicked off yesterday with dynamic discussions between book lovers, the who’s who of South Africa’s literati and established writers from across the world. TIA had a glimpse of what went down in a few of the first day’s sessions
While some people are concerned with having a perfect dentition, the intentional removal of anterior teeth has become as equally important for various reasons
Pushing boundaries, a South African mother of two becomes the continent’s first black female naval combat commander