Khaya Dlanga

In Zuma's leadership we do not trust

2016-11-01 13:58

We are not supposed to trust our leaders because of what power can do to some. This is why we need powerful, robust institutions that can be skeptical on the people’s behalf. Anyone who wants to weaken institutions and steamroll them is up to no good, writes Khaya Dlanga.

#PretoriaGirlsHigh and the myth of multiculturalism

2016-08-29 09:55 29 comments | 9549 views

What schools mean by multiculturalism is assimilation and domination of all other cultures by one to form a monoculture, writes Khaya Dlanga.

Only whites can end racism

2016-07-08 11:45 61 comments | 21201 views

White people must hold each other accountable when it comes to racism, writes Khaya Dlanga.

If Zuma will not move, Zuma must be moved

2016-04-12 07:16 12 comments | 17656 views

The ANC needs to change before it is forced to. It was never a perfect organisation; the ANC is not beyond repair, writes Khaya Dlanga.

Why I too am angry along with the young ones

2015-10-21 08:14 65 comments | 8357 views

Let the kids liberate us from our own blindness, writes Khaya Dlanga.

The ANC will destroy itself

2015-08-06 11:14 40 comments | 11306 views

The ANC old guard is defending the indefensible at all costs, and in the process the organisation we loved at all costs is being destroyed, writes Khaya Dlanga.

Some sympathy for black fathers

2015-07-15 15:51 41 comments | 6620 views

The ripples of the destruction apartheid created in black families began long ago when the then ruling racist elite devised the Land Act, Khaya Dlanga.

The ANC doesn't have the guts to do what the DA did

2015-05-13 10:45 53 comments | 10622 views

The DA has been brave enough to do what we know the ANC won’t be brave enough to do - elect a young person to the position of the presidency, says Khaya Dlanga.

Power wants flattery, not the truth

2012-04-13 11:30 33 comments | 5610 views

When one dares speak truth to power he is met with a full personal verbal violence designed to discredit, disseminate and disable, says Khaya Dlanga.

Is Vavi courting the middle class?

2012-03-09 09:50 27 comments | 4996 views

The more Cosatu and Vavi target issues that weigh heavily on all South Africans, the more support Cosatu will have amongst the middle classes, says Khaya Dlanga.

Land is a black and white issue

2012-02-23 11:20 156 comments | 6644 views

Land is a black and white issue, but it doesn’t have a black and white solution, says Khaya Dlanga.

Twanging ANCYL president in our lifetime

2012-01-31 08:00 34 comments | 5768 views

It will be some time before we have an African National Congress Youth League leader that has a twang, says Khaya Dlanga.

100 years: The ANC is not dead yet

2012-01-06 13:53 68 comments | 3989 views

The past few years do not define the ANC. Let us not judge it with a short lens. It must be viewed with the long lens of history, all 100 years of history, says Khaya Dlanga.

Is Zuma good for South Africa?

2011-12-08 07:36 60 comments | 8556 views

It would appear as though Jacob Zuma is more interested in consolidating power than running the country, writes Khaya Dlanga.

Khaya Dlanga is an award winning blogger and advertising guy. He doesnt eat black jelly babies. Feels wrong. Like cannibalism.

The kids are not alright, and that’s great

2015-10-07 13:06 3640 views

Rhodes must fall, Open Stellenbosch and other student protest movements around the country have shown that the kids are not alright. And rightly so. They shouldn’t be, writes Khaya Dlanga

Don’t be your own limiters

2015-07-29 13:30 28 comments | 3150 views

You have a responsibility to make sure that you use your intelligence to balance this unequal system that still insists on keeping black people and women in a position of disadvantage, writes Khaya Dlanga.

My helper used my shower

2015-07-07 13:39 42 comments | 77461 views

The first time I told people that my helper uses my shower when she is done working, they expressed shock, dismay and horror. Mostly horror, writes Khaya Dlanga.

All the president’s wives

2012-04-17 07:25 69 comments | 16554 views

Khaya Dlanga thinks that he may have had something to do with President Jacob Zuma's latest wedding.

Helen Zille is not racist, but...

2012-03-23 09:40 130 comments | 9467 views

Helen Zille has Julius Malema tendencies. She just doesn't have a Limpopo accent and thus seems to be more acceptable to some, says Khaya Dlanga.

Dear ANC

2012-03-02 07:37 38 comments | 6413 views

Your relationship status update says, “The African National Congress is no longer in a relationship with Julius Malema,” writes Khaya Dlanga.

Zuma finally decides to lead (maybe)

2012-02-15 09:10 6 comments | 2755 views

Last week’s State of the Nation Address was president Jacob Zuma’s best to date, says Khaya Dlanga.

You sold out, not Mandela!

2012-01-13 08:00 53 comments | 10508 views

Saying that Nelson Mandela sold out demonstrates a lot of people’s ignorance when it comes to the history of the ANC and the negotiation process, says Khaya Dlanga.

The drug of easy money

2011-12-15 07:28 32 comments | 6143 views

None of us know what we would be prepared to do to get what we want, especially when an easy and harmless opportunity presents itself to us, says Khaya Dlanga.

Thou shalt not be friend-zoned

2011-12-01 08:23 21 comments | 5819 views

The friend zone is a dangerous to place to find oneself in. It is virtually impossible to extricate oneself out of friend-zonism, says Khaya Dlanga.

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