affirmative action

 
Race reinvented for post-apartheid SA
Race reinvented for post-apartheid SA
President Jacob Zuma feels secure in our increasingly schizoid country. As the person who, for more than two-and-a-half years, could not see what...
Seven ways in which our government abuses black people
Seven ways in which our government abuses black people
Verashni Pillay's recent Mail & Guardian online article,
No apologies for affirmative action, says Phiyega
No apologies for affirmative action, says Phiyega
"We need to ensure that affirmative action does not get stunted," National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega told delegates at a Black...
Some of my best friends are white and - they still don't have a clue
Some of my best friends are white and - they still don't have a clue
I am black middle class. I matriculated from a prestigious girls' school in Pretoria, obtained a degree in economics and worked for a global...
We need an era of black exceptionalism
We need an era of black exceptionalism
I have always been pro affirmative action and unreservedly so. We need it and it is necessary. 
Affirmative action does not kill babies
Affirmative action does not kill babies
The academic and political commentator Steven Friedman wrote a very compelling piece that appeared on the South African Civil Society Information...
Renate Barnard resigns from SAPS over race discrimination
Renate Barnard resigns from SAPS over race discrimination
Lieutenant Colonel Renate Barnard has resigned from the police following a protracted battle for promotion, labour union Solidarity said on...
Good story? Zuma chases ANC tale
Good story? Zuma chases ANC tale
After two days of ­listening to opposition parties criticise his government as inept, corrupt and riding on the tailcoats of his predecessors,...
Khaya Dlanga: Affirmative action is here, deal with it
Khaya Dlanga: Affirmative action is here, deal with it
We are still discussing affirmative action years after it has been implemented. It is an incredibly emotional and difficult subject in South...
Khaya Dlanga: DA wants to tell black people about affirmative action
Khaya Dlanga: DA wants to tell black people about affirmative action
The Democratic Alliance wants to tell black people about affirmative action.
Verashni Pillay: Why the DA's race decision is a big deal
Verashni Pillay: Why the DA's race decision is a big deal
The Democratic Alliance's (DA's) decision that race matters in labour policy is a pretty big deal as far as internal dynamics in the...
De Klerk Foundation welcomes Labour Court ruling
De Klerk Foundation welcomes Labour Court ruling
The foundation said in a statement on Saturday that the way the Employment Equity Act sought equality through demographic representation fell short...

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