War is normal here, even when peace appears to be in sight

An abandoned tank lies alongside a dirt road at the entrance to Leer, a small town in southern Unity state, South ...


Schools have taken a hit, and it’s going to get worse: Motshekga

Minister says the full extent of lockdown on schools is not known, but many more school days will still be lost


Back to the chalk board as schools are ‘95% ready’ to reopen

Minister Motshekga says schools will open to grades 7 and 12 on Monday, and she has the backing of unions


Faith in lockdown flies out the window when churches reopen

Tuesday’s decision to allow places of worship to gather when the country moves to Level 3 of the lockdown on June 1 ...


Unmasked: conditions that make Covid-19 a killer

Zweli Mkhize gives his latest health update, outlining what SA’s unique challenges are, as well as listing our successes


Over 90 new cases a day? Then lockdown drags on

Expert warns SA we’re in the ‘critical corona week’, while WHO says SA is ‘gold standard model’ of fighting the virus


Fake news has resulted in deaths in the past. Will it do so again?

In a weekend video, a Stephen Birch said swabs used to test for Covid-19 were contaminated


‘Truly amazing’: the journey from Wuhan to SA

We talk to the men who led the mission to repatriate the SA citizens


Small court that leads the fight against poaching faces closure

Skukuza court has a 100% conviction, and plans to shut it down have been met with outrage