The government of South Africa has dismissed reports alleging that ex-members of its defence forces are heading for Nigeria to assist with controlling the Boko Haram insurgency
Fears of a new wave of violence characterized by xenophobia has parts of South Africa on edge. As with many of the country’s problems, this one is not going to go away any time soon
Many South Africans believe that crime is on the increase. Most people also believe that solving crime in the country does not rest with the criminal justice sector alone, but also requires improved social and economic development
A year after Nelson Mandela’s death, South Africans still have much to learn from his complex legacy.
There is increasing evidence that rates of child sexual abuse and rape are disproportionately high in sub-Saharan Africa. A searingly powerful photographic exhibition hopes to break the silence and shame society into facing up to its sickness.
20 years after the fall of apartheid in South Africa, the government has shifted policy to attempt to “balance out the scales” from the injustices of the past. As a result, more job opportunities lean in favour towards the country’s previously disadvantaged. This has affected both white and black communities, as this video shows
Following the murder of national football star, Senzo Meyiwa, the African National Congress (ANC) is calling for a review on current national laws that regulate the usage of firearms
Low on money but high on life, what finally comes into focus travelling in South Africa is a separation between people on either side of the road