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.

'We're tired of being oppressed for our hair' - PGHS student

Students at a Pretoria high school have demonstrated over its dress code.

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BMW's baby M is dynamite in a small package

2016-05-18 14:34

A hint of the pure M car soul is back with the baby M, writes finweek contributor and resident car expert Glenda Williams.

WATCH: Qwabe says, 'It isn't about the waitress, it's about whiteness'

Rhodes scholar Ntokozo Qwabe says donations for the waitron he and friends refused a tip over land ownership proves a point about whiteness.

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Six-month ultimatum for EE transgressors

2016-04-25 13:18

Employers who do not meet employment equity criteria as stipulated by law have six months to rectify the situation, warns Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant.

aQuellé Mudman Cordwalles sees hundreds enjoy fun in the sun

2016-03-14 13:37

Happy, muddy faces greeted the close of the aQuellé Mudman Cordwalles race as friends and family cheered on the competitors on Sunday.

The frenzy about racism

2016-01-12 07:42

We need to confront the demagogues on all sides, along with the racists and purveyors of hate speech, for SA to build real unity in diversity, says Terry Bell.

Pace of transformation in SA remains slow

2015-07-27 16:06

The pace of transformation in top management in South Africa remains slow, the Commission for Employment Equity’s annual report reveals.

Stellenbosch: Rector’s Afrikaans comment triggers stand-off

2015-05-13 16:11

Management at Stellenbosch University have shut their doors and called on campus security to guard the administration building as angry students gathered outside demanding answers.

Breast cancer care selection differs by race and ethnicity

2015-03-24 14:57

Treatment options for breast cancer patients differ by race, age and ethnicity as women may not pick surgeons and hospitals in the same way.


Why we hate each other

2016-09-04 10:01

More than half of South Africans believe some race groups are more intelligent than others.

Most black South Africans oppose sport quotas - survey

2016-05-31 15:11

Most black South Africans oppose quotas in sport, according to a SA Institute of Race Relations survey.

Mabel Jansen's racism shows we're hypocrites, claims Schutte

Social activist Gillian Schutte shared comments by Judge Mabel Jansen made in 2015 following criticism of Ntokozo Qwabe's comments on land and race.

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Papenfus: To Labour Minister Oliphant, what must we do about these Whites?

2016-05-06 14:21

Gerhard Papenfus seeks clarity on Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant's comments that 'whites' are the stumbling block in the transformation agenda.


2016-03-23 21:59

The Jesse Owens biopic Race may be flawed, but it succeeds in bringing dimension to an American icon and reminding Hollywood of the richness of untold stories outside the white male mainstream.

Maties unit investigates 'blackface'

The newly-formed Equality Unit at Stellenbosch University is investigating an incident at one of its female residences this week. Two white students appear in a photograph, their bodies and faces covered in dark pigment at a social event.

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Anthea Jeffery: Race-based empowerment sidelines majority – undermines Constitution

2015-08-19 17:31

Anthea Jeffery argues that race-based empowerment helps only a relatively small black elite.

2015 Solar Drive ready for the desert

2015-05-28 14:01

Ilanga II is back on the road, this time for the 2015 African Solar Drive, for a trip up north the continent.

Ferguson releases racist emails from clerk to 2 officers

2015-04-04 10:34

Racist emails released by the city of Ferguson indicate most were sent by a former city court clerk to two police officers, and there's no indication other city employees were involved.

Obama: No excuse for criminal acts in Ferguson, Missouri

2015-03-13 06:32

US President Barack Obama says there is no excuse for criminal acts at public protests against racially biased law enforcement practices in Ferguson, Missouri.

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