Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
Want to know an extreme sport? Shopping while black in "high-end" spaces.
As Facebook defends its handling of Russian political interference, an ex-employee published another scathing critique of the company’s culture.
The coffee chain is temporarily closing more than half of its US stores next month for employees to undergo racial-bias training, a response to the arrest of two black men at one of its cafes.
The fact that a Cape Town club owner reportedly asked a harmless woman to leave his club shows how racial profiling and classism is still a major problem in South Africa.
Want to know an extreme sport? Shopping while black. Perhaps that's how Moschino's black clients earned the racist code-word, 'Serena'.
President Ramaphosa will not be able to claim real success now or in the future if he cannot move his own party to a very different message, writes Daniel Silke.
Whether it's a Cape Town problem or a national problem, the fact of the matter is that it shouldn't be happening in the first place.
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