Articles by Cath Everett
Cath Everett bids farewell to a South Africa struggling with racial, social, crime, economic, and national electricity crises
South Africans lament perceived injustice over the Anni Dewani murder case dismissal with indignant exasperation.
Jacob Zuma strikes deals in China while back home South Africans remember Nelson Mandela
Despite Johannesburg\'s reputation it appears that tourist Mecca Cape Town is South Africa\'s most violent city
Ignorance on Ebola spread stymies South Africa\'s tourist industry while another widespread disease gets little international attention
South Africa was knocked off the largest GDP perch by Nigeria in April.
South Africans struggle with growing obesity, chronic unemployment, and vast disparity between rich and poor.
Gandhi\'s Joburg home of Satyagraha House has been rated a top tourist destination in 2014
South Africa is the most progressive country on the continent for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and intersex rights
South Africans have reacted with dismay and cynicism to Oscar Pistorius verdict.
Economic and social development in sub-Saharan Africa relies on its ability to provide electricity
In 2011 South Africa sent 98 million tonnes went into landfill, with just 10% being recycled.
Johannesburg and London among 125 cities worldwide to host demonstrations demanding action against rhino and elephant poaching.
Cath Everett considers the recent statistics for violent crime in South Africa and its context of drugs and alcohol abuse.
Many see the trial in terms of one law for the rich and another for the poor.
Cath Everett goes on the brandy trail in the Western Cape.
Cath Everett considers tribal rituals which can include botched circumcisions and female genital mutilation.
Cath Everett meditates on the social media support for a lowly domestic worker winning hearts on MasterChef SA.
Cath Everett examines the quotas which show that if you are black you play football, if white you play rugby.
It seems rugby remains a bastion of white domination - but why?