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There’s already a Dolezal on my stoep

Only the privilege of whiteness allows for such a brazen theft of black identity, write Tinyiko Maluleke and Liepollo Lebohang Pheko.

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Bashir exposes hypocrisy of Africanists

Our leaders inflict more damage on their own people than either the West or the ICC can possibly achieve, writes Malaika wa Azania.

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Who’s the ‘dirt’ to be swept away?

The People's Coalition Against Xenophobia is concerned that Operation Fiela targets foreign nationals, writes Maurice Smithers.

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We gave you refuge, Zuma
April 20 2015 at 08:17

An open letter to President Jacob Zuma from Mozambican novelist and poet Mia Couto.

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Take ownership of the problem
April 19 2015 at 03:12

Political ambivalence does nothing to demystify prevailing myths about Africans from other contries, writes Tinyiko Maluleke

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Taxi driver’s wisdom on target
April 19 2015 at 03:20

Many among the angry poor waited for any trigger to justify Afrophobic violence, writes Victor Kgomoeswana

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Why Speaker frets over ANC leadership
April 19 2015 at 02:40

To expect the leadership of the ANC would not be contested is unrealistic and, to a certain extent, immature, writes Jovial Rantao

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Rhodes’ fall should lead to greater introspection
April 19 2015 at 01:47

The removal of the Rhodes statue can only translate into a bigger debate around systemic racism in institutions of higher learning, writes Yershen Pillay

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The myth of a Rainbow Nation stands on precarious ground
April 19 2015 at 01:37

Gugu Ndima writes that the vision of a Rainbow Nation wasn’t one shared across all races, it was part of many intentional political interventions in driving social inclusivity.

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Xenophobia: a conundrum for SA
April 19 2015 at 01:32

Attacks on foreigners by socio-economically deprived citizens are an indictment on the government, writes Susan Booysen

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Time to decolonise our universities
April 12 2015 at 04:24

Removing a statue is not enough to transform UCT. It needs a fresh way of thinking, with African knowledge at the centre, writes Shose Kessi

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Picking up pieces after terror attack
April 12 2015 at 04:11

While Zimbabwe continues to punch below its weight, Kenya, East Africa’s economic powerhouse, rises above the Al-Shabaab terror, writes Victor Kgomoeswana

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Vitriolic discourse obscures great strides being made in SA
April 12 2015 at 03:13

Mzwandile Masina writes that the pessimistic attitude of many South Africans robs observers of the opportunity to see the progress that has been made.

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