Jeremy Cronin has gone out of his way to use his standing in the movement to help facilitate the counter revolution, writes Thami Ntenteni.
Now that it has been revealed that DA chief whip John Steenhuisen has no qualification beyond matric, it's necessary to address the elephant in the boardroom that's blocking entry for black women.
The apartheid ghosts hover over our schools and the parents indoctrinated by their own schooling hold tight to their symbols and traditions, writes Heidi Villa-Vicencio.
Acknowledging white privilege does not take away from honouring all those who suffered for liberating our country, writes Terri Stander.
It is not good enough to march when we think Jacob Zuma is a bad president, but when whites do evil things assume our fellow citizens know that we are against it and therefore stay quiet, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
'Many first-language English and Afrikaans speakers do struggle with the "mp” sound, and the result is amusing to other groups.'
Why British journalist Reni Eddo-Lodge's frustrations about racial dialogue in Britain is one that South Africans can relate to.
It creeps up in many forms - from the way people are spoken to, right to the lack of people of colour in leadership roles.
There is growing concern that many white people, particularly Afrikaners, prefer not to participate in public discussions about race.
The Mlandu incident perhaps, if read closely, reveals to us whose libidinal economy matters in this country; whose feelings of pain and pleasure matter, writes Mcebo Dlamini.
The Magnus Malan story is a powerful example of how white violence can become victimhood and therefore worthy of protection and defence, writes Jodi Wiliams.
I have found a number of white South Africans deeply offended by the notion that their votes are predicated on the idea that the DA should be silent on privilege and poverty along racial lines, writes Herman Mashaba.
The hierarchies and methods used during apartheid to intimidate black people still exist. Because white people are still in control, any tempering with their feelings invites serious consequences, writes Mcebo Dlamini.
The majority of whites in South Africa may not be as the editor believes, racist. On the other hand, perhaps they just hide it better than they did in the past, writes Charlene Naidoo.
We must be grateful for white corporates - they’re an honest reflection of the skewed call to protest in South Africa today.
White South Africans who spit venom every time they mention Zuma’s name should know that white people will be asked to make significant sacrifices in the post-Zuma era, writes Max du Preez.
In our 22-year-old democratic dispensation, in which whites continue to assume a privileged space, they have no right to play victim.
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