Opinion

Critical role lies ahead for South Africa’s new chief justice in light of predecessor’s mixed legacy

Most African constitutions of the past 30 years, led by an independent Namibia in 1990 and strongly endorsed by South Africa in 1994, have authorised the apex court to determine the limits of “government under law”. This is naturally consistent with both the rule of law and the separation of powers doctrine. However, the inevitable...

By Hugh Corder 3 months ago

Feature Article: Architect Embraces The Fortitude Of South African Youth, Tirelessly fighting For Survival During the Pandemic

Nelson Mandela, beloved iconic leader and South Africa’s first democratically elected President believed that to invest in young people is to invest in the future. “The Youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow,” he famously said. Architect Tebogo Leshaba, 29, is exactly who Madiba was referring to – a young man, with a dream, m...

By Phumzile Mavimbela 8 months ago

Friday Motivation: Coping With Anxiety.

Depression and anxiety have been the most talked-about topic and news headlines this week. This has as a result spiked panic in people's hearts about the ability to identify anxiety and depression triggers. According to Medical News, there are many reasons why a person may feel anxious.

By Phumzile Mavimbela 10 months ago

Eskom Halts Loadshedding Starting From This Afternoon.

Eskom has canceled load shedding. The power utility made this announcement through a public statement stating that it will cancel load shedding starting from Friday midday and will use the long weekend to conduct short-term maintenance. In a statement Eskom said “Eskom is pleased to announce that load shedding will be cancelled ...

By Phumzile Mavimbela 10 months ago

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