George Claassen asks if it was unfair to name Mallett at all in a case of alleged misconduct that clearly has no relevance to him?
Winnie Mandela has repeatedly told us who she was, these are her words.
Identity politics is an intellectually lazy game to play. It reduces discussion and contemplation as it focusses on the participants and not the debate, writes Howard Feldman.
In her memoir, actress Rosie Motene opens up about growing up as a white girl in a black girl’s body.
We need to stop seeing race, religion and other identities as side issues when we try to understand economies and politics, writes Steven Friedman.
Condemning the behaviour of Afrikaans schools without doing anything to advance indigenous languages undermines our national identity anchored in unity in diversity, writes Mpumelelelo Mkhabela.
A look at the last name change dilemma when you're a hopeless romantic feminist. Sigh.
A bold new gay-themed web series, Gaze, plays out in the Cape Town art world and focuses on coloured identity, writes Roger Young.
I will never forget the moment when it occurred to me that the school rules at my now infamous alma mater were not based on any understanding of who I am.
A Greytown man Falakhe Dlamini, is living with the sad reality that somewhere in South Africa, there is a man who possesses the same identity number as him, resulting in him not being able to claim UIF.
Dorothy Black spoke to gender activist and psychosexual educator Delene van Dyk about love, sex and the evolution of our sexual orientation.
Toni Morrison’s legacy echoes across the world.
Hair privilege for women can extend beyond just hair texture. A researcher shared how hair length can also affect how women are treated.
And why can't Toya Delazy wear ibheshu? Are millennials becoming more culturally ambiguous and influenced by different heritages that sometimes even aren't their own?
Experiences of white racism have shaped coloured identities but so too has anti-black prejudice, writes Eleanor du Plooy.
Identity politics in South Africa remains a central part of policy development and implementation, and it will continue to be as long as historical prejudice produces racial disparities, writes Eleanor du Plooy.
On Heritage Day, we should remind ourselves that our diversity of ethnicities, cultures and languages position us well to develop an ethic of hybridity that nurtures all identities, writes Nico Koopman.
The Keeper of the Kumm.
Author Anastacia Tomson describes her experience of coming out as transgender, as covered in her memoir.
Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba says his department will waive a rule on destroying uncollected ID books for the 2016 municipal election year.
Saffiya Ismail realises that defining who you are is an ongoing challenge, mainly because you are constantly learning, changing and growing.
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