It's easier to find African restaurants in New York City than it is in Cape Town, and culinary schools on the continent aren't helping.
Williams, the only black South African player in the 1995 Rugby World Cup, was a complex figure in complex times. He deserves to be remembered as such.
Outrage against arrogant hunters is not enough. Wildlife conservation requires rethinking.
Can policing deliver justice in South Africa? For the vast majority of the country's history, including now, the answer to that question has been, decidedly, no.
Live TV broadcasts of political rallies, funerals and press conferences, may be more decisive than social media in shaping mass debate in South Africa.
The question of who belongs in South Africa, stains any project that aims to build a more equal and inclusive society.
This review of the film Noem My Skollie, first published in 2018, is reproduced here following the passing of screen writer John Fredericks in July 2019.
South African activist Dulcie September would have turned 84 today had she not been assassinated in March 1988. The podcast series They Killed Dulcie revisits the murder and her legacy.
The Rugby Championship, the World Cup, and Springbok politics in South Africa.
Some of the mythologies about Nelson Mandela don't line up with actual histories.
Following the new UN report on climate change and agricultural land use, David S. Williams highlights the effects climate changes will have on communities in informal urban areas.
Duane Jethro goes to South African fast food chain, Chicken Licken, to eat a Big John Burger, and finds out the postcolonial feelings it inspires.
How black South African authors have written about domestic workers. There's a rich archive there.
An excerpt from a new book published by Wits University Press that explores how domestic workers are depicted in South African historiography and literature.
On national anniversaries and democratic survival.
Why do football matches between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates matter more than any other sporting event in South Africa. Even more than when the rugby Springboks play.
The inadequacy of charity in tackling the legacies of apartheid and colonialism.
All that French marketing schtick aside about "the white Zulu," Johnny Clegg was a real one.
What happens when ike's, a legendary bookstore in Durban, South Africa, creates a literary festival? For one, synergy.
One of South Africa's most important universities, the University of Cape Town, recently released a curriculum change framework in response to protests. This is a critique by two alum.