This new feature film zooms in on race and class divides that continue to haunt the so-called Rainbow Nation.
Ever on guard about being seen as racist, you can’t count on white folks to roll with the punchline.
Former presidents FW de Klerk and Kgalema Motlanthe, and business tycoon, Johann Rupert, spoke of race and social inequality at a conference.
Although affirmative action is at times abused and unfairly used, it is still far from unnecessary. We just need to learn how to make it work.
A book relating three years of exchanges between Andile Mngxitama and Aryan Kaganof speaks of the failure of good race relations in a racist society.
Is black consciousness (or African nationalism) a manifestation of a class-in-itself?
A song about racial perception has drawn the ire of both the country and urban music worlds after its wide release.
White people themselves have to debunk the myth of their supremacy. It can't come from blacks, writes Malaika wa Azania.
An agricultural firm in the US will not say why it pulled out of plans to fund a film on an apartheid-busting social rugby club of the 1980s.
Four African migrants have been hospitalised after a deadly arson attempt on a Jerusalem building in which they were living.
An institute for race studies has been set up opposite the notorious Reitz residence on UFS, writes Kamogelo Seekoei.
I was recently immersed in the rare but miraculous atmosphere of the Tri-Nations in which blacks and whites were in each other's faces.
I can't condone the gross injustice of SA's past, but I can finally relate to how and why the majority of white people carried on with their lives.
Being the only white player in the Bafana Bafana squad is not an issue for Matthew Booth, but it is causing some confusion among the foreign press.
The J SC has recently conducted hearings and made a number of judicial appointments. Again the spectre of race dominated the hearings.
It was no ordinary meeting between faculty dean and undergraduate student at the University of Pretoria, recalls Jonathan Jansen.