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Mercedes no longer the favorite in F1 - Wolff

2017-06-07 09:22

Mercedes is no longer the favorite in Formula 1 and that is something the team needs to get used to in 2017.

Hatred and healing

2017-05-14 06:25

While their premier lashes out at white ‘visitors’ who came to the country empty-handed, residents of Coligny reach out to each other with acts of kindness.

Coligny: The shape of things to come?

2017-05-09 16:01

South Africa is a country where many possible futures beckon. One of these is on display in Coligny, and it’s ugly for everyone, writes Rian Malan.

Class and race can impair financial literacy

2017-04-09 08:57

A report commissioned by the Financial Services Board has revealed that black and coloured people pay little regard to personal finance and household budget controls.

City Press reviews new web series Gaze

2017-02-26 06:00

A bold new gay-themed web series, Gaze, plays out in the Cape Town art world and focuses on coloured identity, writes Roger Young.

Did Obama pass the race test?

2017-01-22 06:36

The former president’s efforts at promoting a post-racial US were minimal at best, writes Rapule Tabane

Dear Max: most South Africans don't hate each other

2016-12-01 12:00

Research shows there resides within the great majority of South Africans a vast well of common decency and mutual respect across the colour line. We should have faith in that, writes Frans Cronje.

It’s Not Black and White

2016-11-03 12:14

South Africa has a fractured past, challenging present and at times a worrying future. The way we speak to each other only adds fuel to the complexities that come with 11 national languages, many different tribes, huge economic divides, massive unemployment and unresolved prejudices.

Disaster for Lorenzo: Huge crash ahead of Japanese MotoGP

2016-10-15 08:20

Defending champion Jorge Lorenzo was sent to hospital on Saturday after crashing during practice ahead of the 2016 Japanese MotoGP.

Race can no longer define our future

2016-10-02 06:03

Where Professor Mosala sees ‘black pain’, I see significant strides in human reclamation, writes Njabulo Ndebele.

 

So far apart, so close together

2017-05-21 05:46

Nearly half of SA’s young people, both black and white, surveyed in 2016 and 2017 believe the country is changing for the better.

His Traitor’s Heart: Rian Malan and his fictional Coligny

2017-05-12 12:33

Rian Malan’s fantasies about the impending disappearance of whites in South Africa have no place in the sad story of Coligny, writes Sisonke Msimang.

Top 10 motoring stories of the week

2017-04-14 09:54

World Car of the Year, New York auto show.. It's been an exciting week for car enthusiasts. Here are 10 motoring stories you shouldn't miss.

Most murders not committed by white people against black people - Zille

2017-03-02 21:43

Most murders and assaults are not committed by white people against black people, says Western Cape Premier Helen Zille.

How SA is changing

2017-01-26 13:42

SA is a transformed society. Or is it? Research by Alternative Prosperity, commissioned by finweek, analysed numerous publicly available statistics to assess the progress that has been made since 1994.

Can we be friends across racial boundaries?

2016-12-02 09:29

Can South Africans really be friends across racial boundaries, and, more importantly, is it necessary that we are, asks Sisonke Msimang.

Friedman: Trump lesson for SA is not to ignore inequality and race

2016-11-14 07:46

America just elected its most dangerous president ever, because it has not dealt with inequality and race. SA's future may be perilous if we ignore this warning, says Steven Friedman.

Holding on to the lost American Dream

2016-10-23 06:01

When it was formed 50 years ago, the Black Panthers stood for minority rights in the US. Is this organisation reliving itself in Black Lives Matter, asks Janie Har.

Stop blaming whiteness

2016-10-09 07:03

Tell-all autobiography from Helen Zille will set the cat among the pigeons – starting with this edited extract on black life and whiteness

Class and race shape how young South Africans access the job market

2016-09-21 07:39

Access to information, which is influenced by race and class, increases the chances of getting employed, explains Glenda Kruss.

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