There is an upward trend in South Africans speaking English to their children instead of their mother tongue. Writer Anele Zikali tries to figure out why.
Fake news is easier to spread thanks to the availability of social media. However, two experts say it's not impossible to stop its spread in South Africa.
South Africa’s first futuristic teacher training labs at MANCOSA in Durban signal that higher education institutions in the country are meeting expectations.
Why are South African political parties finding it difficult to get young people to the polling stations? The answer could simply lie in adapting to change.
With the festive season approaching, could the ban on advertising alcohol sales be the answer to South Africa's massive drinking problem? Farai Diza inspects.
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