It is not normal for a society to be this unequal, hence we cannot adopt a standard or even classical approach to the challenges that we encounter, writes Ralph Mathekga.
South Africa has waited too long for radical transformation. For too long we have been held back by the normalisation of the abnormal and the embrace of mediocrity, writes Sello Hatang.
The Overvaal conflict is just a sensitive corn distracting us from the real opportunity: A growing number of parents desire better education for their children.
In the light of the recent court ruling on Hoërskool Overvaal, it's time to ask what our schools can do to ensure a more stable, diverse society with an inclusive ethos and robust anti-racism policies, writes Panyaza Lesufi.
Every national success story over the past 70 years starts the same way - give every one of our children a world class education so they can reach their full potential, says Mark Loudon.
Racism is not going away in a hurry and will probably be here for another 150 years. We need to focus on something else, writes Joann Bergstrom.
Political parties should show some moral leadership at Hoërskool Overvaal and not become part of the problem. The EFF in particular can’t respect the courts only when it suits them, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Beyond being the blueprint for South Africa’s collective hopes for an improved society, marking a decisive break from the past, the Constitution is also a peace treaty, writes Phephelaphi Dube.
People are tired of political correctness and everything and everybody being the same. The CNN vs Trump duel is testimony of that.
How can we tell a black child that Mzansi is home to all of us when it still feels like just ours and "ons s'n", asks Fowzia Abrahams.
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