Residents proudly tell how their city is one of the oldest in East, Central and Southern Africa, predating Nairobi, Harare and Johannesburg
Some buildings are iconic world symbols regardless of your beliefs — but then there was that unscathed, shining gold cross...
Former policeman Joao ‘Jan’ Rodrigues is alleged to have murdered liberation activist Ahmed Timol while being interrogated 47 years ago
The man in the grocery store was right. We’ve gone to hell in a hand basket. And I’m not sure when, or if, we’re coming back
All is fair, they say, in love and war. But what about love and politics?
If we are to survive as a democracy and grow to our full potential as a country, we must reflect on and acknowledge all we need to heal, writes Charmain Naidoo
A once infallible father, admonished by apartheid, finally got to vote, but now — who the hell is one supposed to vote for!
We, as a nation and as a country, are self-healing, or at the very least, we are attempting to
If we want to see our corruption levels brought down to, say, those in Denmark we need to start identifying the markers now
The outpouring of rage in the comments is wildly, ludicrously disproportionate; entirely unhinged from the actual content of the video
Poor Cyril, having to play the superhero. His is a gargantuan task
African Parks has made Rwanda’s Akagera park a major tourism success story — and plans to do the same in even the most remote places in the continent
Did the dogma of the liberal left give rise to Trumpism, asks Chairmain Naidoo
All the world’s a stage — and that stage is starting to look unsettlingly one-note
You know this view, even if it is your first time in New York City — it’s the outline of a city that is as familiar as the back of your hand, writes Charmain ...
Forget the bone-chilling weather, Trump’s infiltration of its people and technology’s omnipresent reality are what define New York now, writes Charmain Naidoo
We’re filling our oceans with mountains of trash, we’re poisoning our earth with pesticides, we’re genetically modifying food, or radiating it to make it last ...
Being met with disapproval just because you don’t fit the criteria of the group you’re in is exhausting, painful and, importantly, dangerous
One in six South Africans suffers from depression, an astonishingly high number for a disease that some people think of as a white indulgence
‘The Head & the Load’ shows that history is written to serve specific interests and that there are always victims of this endeavour