For decades, South Africa was under apartheid: a system that wrote segregation into law. But many of the barriers it created continue to divide South Africans today.
Around 82% of South Africans simply cannot repay debt, according to a TransUnion Survey. It found this is mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has left many households financially stressed. Tumelo Mothotoane spoke Sebastien Alexanderson, CEO of the National Debt Advisors.
Healthcare haves and have-nots: Too many systemic issues have made medical aid a costly necessity for many South Africans. Read about it in the M&G on Friday.
South Africans: I'm keen to learn more about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission—what it did, what it didn't do, and what its legacy is today. What should I read and who should I talk to?
South Africans have been waiting all day to hear Norma Mngoma's testimony at the state capture inquiry but it's not happening anymore. Mngoma's lawyer Gcwalisile Makhathini announced a short while ago that her client has withdrawn her application to take the stand. #DStv403
South Africans don't need to worry about vaccine wastage, according to Professor Glenda Gray, the president of the South African Medical Research Council. She says a slight delay in deliveries will not impact the rollout of the Sisonke COVID-19 vaccine trial. #DStv403 #eNCA
South Africa's University of Johannesburg has launched Acupuncture Centre and Museum in collaboration with Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine to improve the wellbeing of South Africans
WATCH | #KFCProposal - Hector Mkansi and Nonhlanhla Soldaat were never ready for the kind of love and support they would receive from South Africans. Watch them share their love story and express their appreciation. #sabcnews
“Rugby shouldn’t be something that creates pressure on you, it should be something that creates hope” An eloquent response from @Springboks head coach Rassie Erasmus on the meaning of pressure for South Africans outside of rugby #RWC2019
South African artists don't want to share a stage with Nigerian singer Burna Boy at the "Africans Unite" concert. The Tshwane Entertainment Collective has written to the Arts and Culture Minister to object his inclusion. Katlego Malatji explains.
10 South Africans dead in last two weeks violence ... zero Nigerians. Twitter made you turn on your own country. Sies.
I'm totally bewildered with the lack of empathy shown by many white South Africans. You don't need to be woke to get that for the most part we have benefited from the marginalisation and exclusion of people of colour. Own your priveldge, appreciate it and pay it forward ??