Widespread calls for "Larney, Jou Poes!" to be banned stem from feelings of white guilt and trepidation aroused by the song’s raw antagonism.
Gillian Schutte takes a look at "Miners Shot Down", the first feature on the Marikana massacre, and asks where the missing links are.
A new movement for sexual minorities has spurned big business to? fight broader social ills, writes Gillian Schutte.
As white people we are raised to think we are central to everything, especially in relation to other races, writes Gillian Schutte.
Is the voice of Andile Mngxitama totally irrelevant unless filtered through white academic or organisational filters, asks Gillian Schutte.
The debate that flourished around the "Dear White People" letter became a war of armchair theories and personal vendettas, writes Gillian Schutte.
The term "vagina" reduces women to a sexless commodity and contains violent potential, says documentary filmmaker, Gillian Schutte.
The nasty response to a protest by black lesbians at the Jo'burg Gay Pride shows the event has lost its political thrust, writes Gillian Schutte.
The fact that they are scantily clad is precisely the point of the protest.
In Retribution, the national film fund has backed another 'crisis of masculinity' film, argues Gillian Schutte.