ARTICLES RELATING TO RACISM

ATF: No racist motives seen in US church fires

2015-07-03 05:12

Fires at six African-American churches in the southern United States do not appear to be linked or racially motivated, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives say.

Racism is not dying – it’s adapting

2015-06-28 15:00

It has been convenient to present racism as the bad behaviour of certain white people, when really all white people are complicit, intentionally or not – because white supremacy exists for their benefit.

Gauteng education MEC gives Curro one last chance

2015-06-26 10:29

Curro Roodeplaat Primary has been given one more chance to correct their actions of alleged racial segregation.

Complaints of discrimination on the rise - SAHRC

2015-06-25 15:23

Complaints of inequality and discrimination are continuing to spike in the country, the SA Human Rights Commission has said.

K-word man sent to Pollsmoor Prison for 2 years

2015-06-22 16:38

A court has chosen time in jail as an alternative sentence for a man who assaulted and called his ex-girlfriend's domestic worker a k-word.

Race scandal: It’s no big deal, say Curro parents

2015-06-21 17:15

Whites from one bus. Blacks from the other. The racially fragile country exploded as the images emerged this week.

No racism at Curro school, say black moms

2015-06-19 09:15

At least two black mothers say there is no racism at Curro private school in Roodeplaat, after a video appeared to show racial segregation.

School racism allegations are 'racist' - Afriforum Youth

2015-06-18 22:05

Calling the separation of white and black school children on a Curro Foundation School outing "racist" was itself racist, Afriforum Youth says.

MEC: Curro's behaviour disgusting and racist

2015-06-18 17:29

Gauteng Education MEC has called the behaviour of the Curro Foundation School in Roodeplaat as "racist" and "disgusting".

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WATCH: Alleged racial segregation at Curro school caught on camera

Curro Roodeplaat Private School is under the spotlight again - this time after what appears to be racially segregated classes were caught on camera.

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Northern Cape premier guilty of hate speech

2015-06-30 19:07

Northern Cape Premier Sylvia Lucas has been found guilty of hate speech and unfair discrimination and has been ordered to apologise to the Khoi and San people, the Equality Court in Upington has ruled.

MEC received threats in Curro race debacle

2015-06-26 11:17

Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says he has been threatened by "racists" who wanted him to back off from Curro Roodeplaat Primary School.

Rant on Facebook slammed

2015-06-26 10:11

A Facebook status posted by a young Durban resident in which she lashed out at minibus taxi drivers is to be investigated by the South African Human Rights Commission.

Right-wing party claims flags on Roof's jacket were photoshopped

2015-06-22 17:09

A right-wing party has claimed the picture of Charleston church shooting suspect Dylann Roof wearing a jacket bearing the old SA and Rhodesian flags has been photoshopped, apparently blaming the liberal media.

Paul Mashatile: Pension Fund shareholder activism the key to SA prosperity

2015-06-22 14:53

The highest profiled ANC member, who may have caused a leak in President Jacob Zuma’s firepool, Paul Mashatile is now targeting the private sector.

That man who murdered nine people in America? I know him.

2015-06-19 13:36

In light of the Charleston massacre, Laura Shortridge finds the hatred and attitude of the murderer too familiar. Here's why.

Friend says US church shooting suspect ranted about race

2015-06-19 07:13

A childhood friend of Dylann Storm Roof says the alleged Charleston shooter recently started railing about black people "taking over the world" and about the need for someone to do something about it for the sake of "the white race".

AG: Acts like church shooting have no place in a civilised society

2015-06-18 18:45

"They have no place in a civilised society," US Attorney General Loretta Lynch has said of the attack in Charleston in which a white man killed 9 black parishioners.

MEC to visit Curro after alleged racial segregation video emerges

2015-06-18 11:17

Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi will visit the controversial Curro Foundation School in Roodeplaat, near Pretoria, after a video emerged of pupils allegedly separated by race while on a field trip.

Am I not black enough for you?

2015-06-15 09:45

Paballo Molahlehi discusses why black people should stop racially policing each other.

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