In the furies of social media, it is worth a reminder that obituary writers declaring the death of political parties often turn out to be premature. ...
Usually, I am a sucker for middlebrow musicals of the Sound of Music and Evita stamp, where you leave the theatre singing, tunelessly but ...
In 1981, a young Roman law lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand left the faculty to go to Oxford University as a Vinerian Scholar.
Panned by his critics as a charlatan and a clown, or as “Donald Trump with a thesaurus”, new UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved with a cabinet ...
Binge-watching a top-rated TV series is a sure-fire way to escape the depressing reality of SA's winter of discontent.
'Dual use" is the national security theory on the dilemma that arises when something of benefit to humanity can also harm it
The old gag "the problem with political jokes is that they get elected" was given new meaning last weekend in embattled Ukraine
Did Cyril Ramaphosa morph in the past few days from Teflon Man - to whom nothing sticks - to Mr Velcro, to whom every stain attaches?
It's much easier for the government to busy itself with transformation bling than with maintaining infrastructure
Karl Lagerfeld, the fashion genius at the house of Chanel who died this week in Paris, was described by a peer as "the creator of dreams"