South Africa

South Africa cannot continue down the road towards conflict

The rise and fall of secular religion in South Africa

South Africa still, in many ways, operates as an apartheid state

Professor Jeremy Black talks about why the British found the Boers so difficult to defeat

Abiy Ahmed has joined the long list of Africa’s “democrats” who became dictators

Andrew Cusack says the influence of the Netherlands’ seaborne empire can still be felt around the world, from Manhattan and South Africa to modern Sri Lanka

Henry Jeffreys recommends five wines to support South Africa’s wine industry as it recovers from the aftermath of the pandemic

ASH Smyth reflects on South Africa’s historic 1995 Rugby World Cup win

The controversial South African cricket tour of 1970

A pioneering school ofers a new vision for South Africa’s failing education system