ARTICLES RELATING TO RACISM

Racism is killing us - Mthethwa

2016-05-24 18:56

Saying sorry is not enough to make amends for racism and racist utterances, Parliament has heard.

Gerhard Papenfus: NUMSA’s race allegation appalling – Focus on MEIBC’s managed collapse

2016-05-17 20:03

Instead of blaming racism for the Metal and Engineering Industry Bargaining Council's woes, NUMSA should probe and remedy the real reasons for its position, says an expert.

Racism in SA must be stopped - ministers

2016-05-12 16:45

Recent racist outbursts are unravelling what South Africa has achieved in its 22 years of democracy and could tear races apart, two Cabinet ministers and ANC veterans have warned.

Justice Dept considering new laws against racism

2016-05-12 11:50

Government is considering drafting new laws to prevent racism and hate speech, says acting Minister in the Presidency Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.

Black men accused of rape may not get fair trial from Judge Jansen - submission to JSC

2016-05-11 17:13

Any black man accused of rape could face prejudice from Pretoria High Court Judge Mabel Jansen, an advocate has submitted in a complaint to the Judicial Service Commission.

Masutha grants special leave to Judge Jansen

2016-05-11 14:00

Justice Minister Michael Masutha has approved a request for special leave for controversial High Court judge Mabel Jansen.

Moseneke and I braaied wors together - Judge Jansen in tribute

2016-05-11 13:52

Beleaguered Pretoria High Court Judge Mabel Jansen once paid tribute to the special bond she had with Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke, who was her colleague in the 1980s.

Steve Hofmeyr comes out in support of Judge Jansen

2016-05-11 11:34

Controversial Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr and right-winger Dan Roodt have come out on social media in support of beleaguered High Court Judge Mabel Jansen.

Verwoerd's 'bantu education' still alive - DA

2016-05-10 21:01

Hendrik Verwoerd's policies on "bantu education" did not die with him, DA MP, Gavin Davis, has said in Parliament, arguing that poor black children were still disadvantaged by the education system.

Judge Mabel Jansen requests 'special leave'

2016-05-10 14:36

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and beleaguered High Court Judge Mabel Jansen have requested that she be placed on special leave, the Judicial Services Commission says.

 

Outrage over all-white brigade of models walking to “Formation”

2016-05-19 14:44

Dissecting the extremely problematic nature of an industry unwilling to change.

Jansen defended by black adopted children

2016-05-15 14:47

Judge Mabel Jansen - currently facing controversy over comments on rape and race – has been defended by her black adopted children, two newspapers reported. But the reports have been met by heavy criticism.

Mbete shocked by Judge Jansen's rape comments

2016-05-12 15:16

Rape is not part of any culture, National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete has said in response to a statement made by Judge Mabel Jansen.

Man in court for allegedly attacking magistrate, calling him the k-word

2016-05-11 18:39

A 21-year-old man is believed to have appeared in the Pretoria North Magistrate’s Court after allegedly attacking a magistrate and calling him "a kaffir".

Joburg Bar Council endorses probe of Jansen's remarks

2016-05-11 16:06

The Johannesburg Bar Council has endorsed a request to urgently investigate the conduct of controversial High Court Judge Mabel Jansen.

I fought apartheid, Judge Mabel Jansen said in JSC interview

2016-05-11 13:52

Embattled High Court Judge Mabel Jansen told the Judicial Service Commission before her appointment in 2013 that she fought apartheid and knew what hardship meant.

FULL TEXT: JSC interview with Mabel Jansen

2016-05-11 13:32

Under-fire judge Mabel Jansen, accused of making racist comments, spoke about various topics about her life and career in her interview with the Judicial Services Commission. Read the full transcript.

Qwabe's dad 'shocked' to read about tip scandal

2016-05-11 07:26

Rhodes Must fall activist Ntokozo Qwabe's father says he was shocked to learn about his son's involvement in a decision to deny a white waitress a tip, a report says.

Statues in public spaces should help heal divisions – Mthethwa

2016-05-10 20:08

The country is not going to accept having proponents of apartheid in public spaces, says Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa, adding that art in public spaces should help heal the divisions of the past.

British man in ICU after being petrol bombed in Kenya

2016-05-10 12:34

A British man is reportedly in intensive care after he was petrol bombed by a group of suspected squatters in Kilifi County, Kenya.

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