- The new currency
As blacks consolidated their political power after 1994, whites fortified their position in the economic sector.
- Can't do without the racists
We need racists, or at the very least people who think in terms of race, because somebody has got to suffer, writes Chris Roper.
- In black and white
Why are none of the ministers appointed to key economic portfolios in Zuma's Cabinet black? Julius Malema's question has caused a debate on race.
- Still just another dorpie
A dejected mongrel slumps on the sunlit, polished stoep of a three-roomed RDP house in Tshing township, Ventersdorp.
- Words don't come easy
Forget democracy and nonracialism. What we need is a whole new language, writes Andile Mngxitama.
- Being black in the DA
Being a person of colour in the DA is not for sissies. Mandy Rossouw talks to some party members.
- 'Ballet doesn't identify colour, it identifies talent'
The black body is not suited to ballet, dancer Thoriso Magongwa was told by choreographer Martin Schönberg at the Ballet Theatre Afrikan.
- A whiter shade of pale
Humbling, enervating, mystifying -- race is a twisted choreographer that plays silent havoc with our days.
- Smoke, Coke and mirrors
Here's my thing. Black South Africa and white South Africa remain just that -- two separate countries.
- Maties' slow dance to integration
Nine years after graduating, I am back at Admin B, this time to meet Russel Botman, theologian, former UDF activist and Stellenbosch University's firs