The province's education minister will investigate a Bloemfontein school after allegations of racism and the display of an old SA flag there.
Julius Malema is "OK" with a picture of him beneath one of a monkey in a Bloemfontein school classroom that will be probed by the SAHRC, say reports.
City Press says it stands by its decision to publish a controversial column described by some as "dripping with anti-Indian hatred".
The North Gauteng High Court has ruled in favour of First National Bank after claims of racism from bond recalculator Emerald van Zyl.
Don't be surprised if you see poor whites; poverty is no longer legislated. But black South Africans still live on the brink, writes Khaya Dlanga.
The DA and the Mpumalanga education department has condemned an alleged incident of racial segregation at Hendrina Combined School, near Middelburg.
Striker Didier Drogba has hit back at a Fenerbahce fan who waved a banana at him and teammate Emmanuel Eboue during a league encounter.
Claims of racism at the Gupta wedding has reminded us of our racial baggage, but we’re ahead in dealing with our division, writes Verashni Pillay.
A song about racial perception has drawn the ire of both the country and urban music worlds after its wide release.
A new study reports that non-white gamers suffer racial abuse on a daily basis on Xbox Live.
An absurd statement by a former cricketer has Chris Roper wondering who exactly is the white man's burden.
Southern Kings' rugby captain Luke Watson has expressed remorse about his controversial slur about Afrikaners in 2008, says a report.
Steve Biko's intentions were that black people should stand up for themselves and know themselves in their full power as participants in the world.
Influential African Americans have attacked Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained for what they say is a flippant portrayal of slavery.
Opinion: Khaya Dlanga says more South Africans can be made to feel included in the running of the country if inequality was addressed.
The debate that flourished around the "Dear White People" letter became a war of armchair theories and personal vendettas, writes Gillian Schutte.
Gillian Schutte's 'Dear White People' letter has caused a little national furore. Most whites have reacted with predictable irritation.
In order for South Africa to be truly united we need to be honest about what is dividing us, writes Khaya Dlanga.
Poland and Ukraine, the hosts of Euro 2012, have a serious problem of institutional racism that is clear to any visitor.
DA leader Helen Zille sits down with Verashni Pillay for a conversation on empathy, racism, and social media gone wrong.