Ever on guard about being seen as racist, you can’t count on white folks to roll with the punchline.
White South Africans are learning it's time to confront each other's problematic race attitudes.
One Ugandan's journey through South Africa left her dismayed at our obsession with race and identity.
The one thing our favourite comics - Daniel Friedman, Robby Collins and Skhumba Hlophe included - agree on is that controversy is good for business.
South Africans need to work with each other to resolve our collective guilt and innocence.
The Constitutional Court didn't provide a test for determining the legality of a proposed measure, which may be due to the limited nature of the case.
South Africa today suffers a confusion between the rule of the people, the rule of law and the rule of property.
Race still defines our social classes, and remains the elephant in the room, writes Fred Khumalo.
Our live debate between the DA and ANC youth leadership evolved from discussing the youth vote to race issues in the DA and corruption in the ANC.
Hank Willis Thomas has revealed his latest exhibition of unconventional stills that force us to look at our history from a different perspective.
After attending a talk on women in politics in South Africa, Deshnee Subramany feels the discussion moved too far away from the people at hand.
After coming under criticism for having a lack of diversity in its female cast, "Saturday Night Live" has cast comedian Sasheer Zamata.
A decade later, Skin of Skunk Anansie is still something of an anomaly as a black female lead singer of a successful punk band.
The Higher Education Transformation Network wants AfriForum Youth's bid to stop universities asking students to declare their race rejected.
Universities must become places where people can address their differences.
The movie adaptation of the novel 'Cloud Atlas' has been criticised by Asian-Americans for casting white Western actors in "yellowface" makeup.
A debate at the Moshito Music conference and exhibition about race in the music industry proves how necessary these talks are, writes Lloyd Gedye.
Does some art and music suggest that, since blackness has taken over, there is serious exclusion of economic participation by whites?