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Khaya Dlanga

Khaya Dlanga

Apart from seeing gym as an oppression of the unfit majority, Khaya works in the marketing and communications industry for one of the world's largest brands. Before joining the corporate world, he was in the advertising field where he won many awards, including a Cannes Gold. He was awarded Financial Mail's New Broom award in 2009, while Jeremy Maggs's "The Annual - Advertising, Media & Marketing 2008" listed him as one of the 100 most influential people in the industry. He says if you don't like his views, he has others.
Khaya Dlanga: "Who the hell do I think I am"
Khaya Dlanga: "Who the hell do I think I am"
Describe yourself in a sentence.I cannot be described in one sentence. Yes, that counts. And I am aware that it’s now...
We must show that we defeated apartheid
We must show that we defeated apartheid
Symbols are important. They represent something, that's why we have them. When someone says a symbol means nothing, they're just fooling themselves....
Domestic violence: Not a symbol of a man's strength
Domestic violence: Not a symbol of a man's strength
I am astounded by the number of women I have heard of who have been in relationships where domestic violence is the norm. I have been equally...
The ANC's leaders have reached their sell-by date
The ANC's leaders have reached their sell-by date
A gentleman from the Democratic Alliance said people will lose faith in the ANC – if they have not already done so. The DA wants people to lose...
Chaos in Parliament: ANC should have walked out
Chaos in Parliament: ANC should have walked out
With the shenanigans of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) last night in Parliament, the ANC had the nation behind it even before the State of the...
White love is an emotion we can't seem to shake
White love is an emotion we can't seem to shake
There’s a phenomenon I was unaware of called marrying up.
The ANC does not get the credit it deserves
The ANC does not get the credit it deserves
Sometime last week I wrote what I believed to be an innocuous tweet. What one quickly learns on social networks is that nothing is innocuous and...
Hold hands in friendship - and be proud to be an African
Hold hands in friendship - and be proud to be an African
There is a photograph I remember of former president Nelson Mandela walking hand in hand with Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe. There is also one...
The sheer genius of  'I don't know what can I do to myself'
The sheer genius of 'I don't know what can I do to myself'
The art of kwaito is lost on a lot of people. There are aspects of it that seem to be beyond the grasp of many.
Thanks for reminding us Steve, we want to apologise for apartheid
Thanks for reminding us Steve, we want to apologise for apartheid
Steve Hofmeyr reminded us of some important facts about the history of South Africa. We had all forgotten that blacks were, in fact, the architects...
No one is looking out for black talent in the workplace
No one is looking out for black talent in the workplace
I have been hearing some disturbing news over the past week about what is happening in some industries to deserving black talent.
Khaya Dlanga: Does race distort the scales of justice?
Khaya Dlanga: Does race distort the scales of justice?
“Let justice be done, though the heavens may fall.”