My tribute to Dr Abu Asvat was published in The Daily Princetonian and since then has appeared in many other places.
In 1998, I covered the German elections for the Cape Times. This photoblog emerged from that trip.
I launched the eNews Journalism Training Programme in 2003. This was my opening address to the class.
As is the case with most good things, Kashnie came into my life by accident....
Mr Sivathanam Pillay was born in 1923 in Malvern, Natal. His father, Mr Pathmanathan Veloo Pillay, had come to Durban as a passenger Indian from Kanyakumari (Cape Comorin), India. Veloo Pillay married Kuppama, daughter of Mr Sinappa Pillay, another passenger Indian who had come from Madras by way of Mauritius. Sinappa Pillay had established a trading store in West Street in those early years two centuries back...
Surely we South Africans should be free to invite whomever we choose into our homes? And that includes the Dalai Lama.
Leonard Nimoy, who played the iconic half-human half-alien first officer of the starship Enterprise, passed away a week ago. Kanthan Pillay reflects on the lasting impact of Star Trek.
Post celebrated its 60th birthday and invited me to contribute to its anniversary edition. Here's what I submitted.
A comment piece around media coverage of Special Investigating Unit head Vasantrai Soni SC.
The world’s 400 richest people collectively lost $127 billion on Friday when it became clear that a majority of UK voters had opted to leave the European Union.
That figure from the Bloomberg Billionaire Index is equivalent to almost half of South Africa’s GDP — wiped out in a day.