Tourism Minister Says Safety in South Africa an Issue for Travelers

JOHANNESBURG - Barely two days before Ukrainian visitor Ivan Ivanova was stabbed to death while hiking in Cape Town, the Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane...

From South Africa: “Load Shedding is Cr*p BUT…”

Load Shedding is crap! But I must admit that I’ve not been affected by it whatsoever... writes South African music and entertainment entrepreneur, and...

An Overdue Apology… and Invitation

I often wonder how it was for you. I wondered then, and I wonder now... writes Ilze Lee. I know it must have been painful....

Why South Africans are Prone to Falling for Charlatans in the...

South Africans – like millions of people across the world – are seriously susceptible to religious abuse. The local media has once again been abuzz...

Racism and Personal Responsibility in South Africa

I am a 43 year old white woman who grew up under the apartheid regime in South Africa... writes Ilze Lee. As many others, I...

Why a Guaranteed Jobs Scheme in South Africa Would Pay for...

In his first State of the Nation Address, President Cyril Ramaphosa posed the key question: has South Africa built a society where the injustices...

SA’s AfriForum Launches ‘Self-Do’ Campaign To Improve Communities #AnchorTownRoadshow

AfriForum launched its Anchor Town Roadshow in Pretoria on Monday. During this launch week, AfriForum personnel will pick up garbage in streets, paint road...

Expropriation Bill: It’s Rural Black People Who are Most at Risk

Vulnerable communities have lost their land to the state and mining companies in the past decade. In 2018, the political stage was dominated by the...

Semenya is #NaturallySuperior

The South African government has launched the #NaturallySuperior campaign which aims to rally behind golden girl Caster Semenya. The campaign will target various eminent people,...

Why is South Africa’s Unemployment Rate so High?

If people are not willing to invest in a country, it is almost impossible to generate new jobs, writes Professor Vimal Ranchod.   South Africa’s unemployment...

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As March 2020 approaches, when SA 'Expat Tax' is due to be implemented, we've been inundated with questions from South Africans working abroad. Here...