ISSUE #113

Putting the People In People’s Parliament


Openness and transparency is a key non-negotiable constitutional imperative

Life’s complexities hit the stage


The Fishermen probes broken trust that eventually obliterates the Agwu family

Screams of women through art


A tour with deep emotions

Mathatha Tsedu’s autobiography is our collective story


“Detention, imprisonment, torture and banishment were almost inevitable”

Social worker and author, a Q&A with Rethabile Lenkoe


We have more that makes us similar than that which makes us different.

Aspiring to be like James Bond


Toxic Hypermasculinity and the portrayal of gendered roles in media

Shades of black: An exhibition in colour


Invoking memory and curiosity

Deadly Drinking


Alcohol abstinence a path to road safety

A tribute to Auntie Vivie


You would always find her at the frontline

Ethiopia: New journalist arrests put press freedom gains at risk


Ethiopian journalists face censored press

World High Caesareans in the Private Sector


Another first for South Africa, and the threat this poses

Mo Abudu: Woman of many firsts


The sky is no limit

Gains or Pains? Big Food and food fortification in Africa


Are companies really taking the need for food fortification seriously in Africa or is it just business as usual?

Podcast: Amplify your voice, says Sisonke Msimang


The personal is political

Gender inequality costs the global economy trillions


Research conducted on more than 2 000 policies in 193 countries

The kids who dreamed before Ramaphosa


The Arts take choristers into new space

Johnny Clegg: Rebel, intellectual, musician


Clegg was a dissident, a courageous man who confronted history and left an enduring mark on the world

ISSUE #113

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