Euthanasia: it's not fair to keep someone alive because you can't let go

If death is inevitable, why not manage it with compassion? It is a human being's right to die

Making death delicious: the rise of online suicide cults

An online 'guru' is okaying suicide, telling people that it is a 'reset button'

Is facial recognition tech the ultimate invasion of your privacy?

In future, we may have to walk around in disguise in order to protect ourselves from government's invasive eyes

OPINION | Rejoice! The gentrification of Sea Point has been shortlived

The increasingly empty stores of the upmarket Artem galleria are proof that you should give the people what they want

Whoever you are, the happiness of Christmas is yours

The notion that celebrating on December 25 has anything to do with being Christian is false, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee

You've got to be an emotional genius to have a polyamorous relationship

Managing the challenges of multiple loves at the same time is a tall order

Stories beyond stereotypes: we need more soapies like 'Suidooster'

This kykNET show centres around the lives of a South African demographic we seldom get to see on TV: the Cape's aspirational coloured community

Beyond the struggle: SA's past holds pleasures too, let's celebrate them

Why do we have to look to a New York museum to tell us about rounded, joyous black South African lives beyond Apartheid?

Skater girls of Bo-Kaap prove why girls shouldn't be confined to their homes

The boys used to laugh at the girls skateboarding in Leeuwen Park, which they had marked out as their territory generations ago. Now they watch in ...

Does not having a cervix make you any less of a woman?

Talking about the differences between cis women and trans women - when done right - isn't transphobic