Steve Hofmeyr’s attempt to have his interim protection order against Conrad Koch made permanent was dismissed with costs in court on Thursday.
One man has shown the country that the oppressed will not let 'kaffir' reduce blackness to powerlessness.
Conrad Koch said he would oppose the interim protection order laid against him by singer Steve Hofmeyr, saying it's "fundamentally" wrong.
The Afrikaans pop star has a big whinge on board, and he can't shut up about it. He doesn't see how well-off he is.
Walking while black and a woman in SA poses its own dangers, and brings to attention attitudes of privilege and superiority, writes Nikiwe Bikitsha.
I so wish I could find some way to show my white friends the world I live in, where I wake up daily to fight my way out of "earning" my place.
Patriarchal and racist institutional culture at universities must be challenged visibly, a conference for women working in higher education has heard.
No Taylor Swift, it’s not okay for white pop stars to twerk and otherwise appropriate black culture, writes Verashni Pillay. And here’s why.
Peaceful protests have resumed in Ferguson after the fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown by a police officer.
Why is it okay to call a black DA member a ‘house negro’? How is it any different to the racism you’re supposedly decrying, asks Verashni Pillay.
The ruling party needs to see such views as defects in our social cohesion and a residual apartheid effect. The solution must go beyond KwaZulu-Natal.
Police officer Darren Wilson has not been seen in public since shooting Michael Brown, and black Americans doubt whether he will face justice.
The St Louis suburb of Ferguson enters its fifth day of unrest as police crackdown on demonstrators protesting the killing of an unarmed black teen.
The SA team faces England in the World Schools Debating Championships after taking flack for its show of support for the Palestinian people.
Tensions have risen in the St Louis suburb where Michael Brown (18) was shot multiple times by a police officer.
Johnny Masilela relates the tale of a young working-class Afrikaner with no job prospects on account of his being too white and too male.