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EFF members protesting outside the locked Clicks store at the Mall of Africa in Midrand as the SAPS and heavily armed private security looks on. Picture: Tebogo Letsie/City Press
EFF members protesting outside the locked Clicks store at the Mall of Africa in Midrand as the SAPS and heavily armed private security looks on. Picture: Tebogo Letsie/City Press

VOICES

The voices of black women fighting for visibility in a white-dominated space must not be drowned out by the cacophony of political opportunism, argues Rhodé Marshall.

South Africa has a long history of racism. Corporate SA, across its boardroom appointments and public messaging, has always had a brutal relationship with black people. So, in the wake of the Clicks hair product advert debacle, little in me was surprised or outraged.

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