Radio show gives awards to young people on 16 June

Children’s Radio Foundation (CRF) held, what it says is the first youth radio award in Cape Town on 16 June.

Pharie Sefali - 19 June 2013

Nelson ‘Iron’ Mandela

- 19 June 2013

Climate change denier cherry-pickers

Few other fields of science come under such heavy public scrutiny as climate science. Climate change deniers pick data to fit their agendas, ignoring what the science is telling us.

Kerry Gordon - 18 June 2013

The Opaque Prism Part Three: How can we make our online lives more secure?

This is the last in a three-part series on the United States government's PRISM programme.

Nathan Geffen - 18 June 2013

Immigrant businessman launches a gospel album

29 year old Prince Ikenna, a native of Nigeria who set up a successful salon and cosmetics business in South Africa in 2010, launched a new gospel album, "In his presence", at Salt River Community Hall on 16 June 2013.

Tariro Washinyira - 18 June 2013

The Opaque Prism Part Two: What’s wrong with PRISM?

This is the second in a three-part series on the United States government's PRISM programme.

Nathan Geffen - 18 June 2013

The Opaque Prism Part One: Some Internet users aren’t American

This is the first in a three-part series on the United States government's PRISM programme.

Nathan Geffen - 18 June 2013

Maverick and the Dockrats: Where is the al-Qaeda link?

One month ago the Daily Maverick published an article by De Wet Potgieter headlined "Al Qaeda is alive and well in South Africa." A second part was promised, but has still not been published.

Yael Even Or and Camila Osorio - 17 June 2013

Fransman’s inexcusable behaviour

This was originally published as a letter in the Cape Times on 14 June 2013.

Doron Isaacs - 14 June 2013

Plumber who cycles to his clients

While many South Africans are enduring overcrowded taxis or ever-increasing rail fares on their daily commute, Wilfred “Jack” Delekile, a 60 year old plumber from Khayelitsha, is cycling to and from his work.

Bonga Magazi - 13 June 2013

Cruising the yellow line.

- 13 June 2013

Siyayinqoba Beat It! Ep. 11 - Fixed dose combination

- 12 June 2013

Bhisho High court to hear urgent case against Motshekga

Equal Education (EE) filed papers on Monday to re-open the case against the Minister for not publishing minimum norms and standards for school infrastructure.

GroundUp Staff - 12 June 2013

Hope for two Zambian men accused of gay sex

On 10 and 11 June, the fourth round in the trial of two Zambian men who are charged with having “carnal knowledge [of each other] against the order of nature” took place.

Jonathan Dockney - 12 June 2013

Family beats up their gay tenant

Albert Kafuka heard his landlady's nephew shout, "I wonder why mum allows these ... sexual animals to stay in the house and bring in their dirty behaviours." Kafuka, who is gay, was then beaten up.

Tariro Washinyira - 12 June 2013

Milk

- 12 June 2013