The Conversation Africa How Vitamin A, iodine and iron play a part in beating malnutrition

Trends in childhood malnutrition suggest that more is needed than simply increasing the quantity of food consumed., writes JULIAN MAY.

Daily Maverick Sport and gender: Can of worms, open

Following her Olympic gold win, Caster Semenya’s gender still haunts her. But what lies at the heart of the matter? By MARELISE VAN DER MERWE.

Denisha Jairam Key issues that SA women face in business and their careers

From the oppression of apartheid and gender, we must never forget the Lillian Ngoyi’s of this world and the courage they portrayed against all odds, writes DENISHA JAIRAM.

Raymond Suttner Does the ANC face defeat in 2019?

RAYMOND SUTTNER looks at the implications of a worst case scenario for the ANC and how they should address it should it happen.

The Conversation Africa How companies learn what children secretly want

You may not be aware of some online dangers to which children are exposed through their schools, writes FAITH BONINGER.

The Conversation Africa How online courses can bring the world into Africa's classrooms

This is the story of how we opened the doors of our classroom to the world, writes SUSAN LEVINE.

The Conversation Africa How poor data affects Africa's ability to make the right policy decisions

Data are essential for national governments and institutions to accurately plan, fund and evaluate development activities, writes DONATIEN BEGUY.

The Conversation Africa Five truths about the hijab that need to be told

Many Muslim women today are wearing hijabs and other traditional dress to challenge the assumption that these are symbols of control, writes PETER HOPKINS.

Greg Nicolson Battleground Metros: Wave of DA mayors set to include Herman Mashaba

Key metros across the country, hung after the local government elections, are starting to take shape, writes GREG NICOLSON.

Angelo Fick Politics as psychiatric cabaret

Electing executive officials to run the municipalities is one thing; working together in chambers so evenly balanced will be another matter, writes ANGELO FICK.

Raymond Suttner The Zuma rape trial and its bearing on the post-Zuma era

What we need from leadership is that they read the “signs of the times” and tell us what they see is necessary for the future, writes RAYMOND SUTTNER.

Angelo Fick We need new names: beyond the quagmire of 1948

ANGELO FICK suggests that as we walk the road of post-apartheid freedom, South Africans’ talk about ‘race’ may not help abolish racism. would like to send you push notifications.
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