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Eusebius McKaiser

Eusebius McKaiser

    Don't tell me who I am, black man
    Don't tell me who I am, black man
    South Africa's coloured population is still moored between the binaries of black and white.
    Degrees of excellence: Eusebius vs Godzille
    Degrees of excellence: Eusebius vs Godzille
    Helen Zille found one of my best ever essays unanswerable. So she attempts to discredit me, instead of engaging on the issue, writes Eusebius McKaiser
    Eusebius McKaiser's 13 tips for first-year students
    Eusebius McKaiser's 13 tips for first-year students
    Political commentator Eusebius McKaiser gives first-year tertiary students some tips on what to do while there to be successful.
    Ramphele more Mazibuko than Biko on questions of race
    Ramphele more Mazibuko than Biko on questions of race
    What does Dr Mamphela Ramphele stand for? Black consciousness? The answer is no. It turns out that Ramphele has become colour-blind.
    More hugs, less Zille will help the DA to grow
    More hugs, less Zille will help the DA to grow
    The Democratic Alliance needs to realise that people do not vote with their heads but with their hearts, says Eusebius McKaiser.
    What the judicial review should be about
    What the judicial review should be about
    No one likes an anticlimax. But, sadly, Justice Minister Jeff Radebe does not care about leaving us unsatisfied, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
    Malema is more trick than treat
    Malema is more trick than treat
    He and his followers espouse 'economic freedom' to drum up public support for their own ends.
    Whiff of pressure leaves a bad smell
    Whiff of pressure leaves a bad smell
    Last week the Constitutional Court proved that it sometimes feels the pressure of the political context in which it exists.
    Confronting whiteness
    Confronting whiteness
    White people must find an ethical way to live with the shame of a racist past they still benefit from, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
    Judge Cwele as minister, not husband
    Judge Cwele as minister, not husband
    The calls for South Africa's state security boss to resign are both mischievous and misplaced, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
    Pros and pros of logical argument
    Pros and pros of logical argument
    Want matriculants with incisive reasoning and excellent problem-solving ability? Join the club.