Discriminatory myths and fables about rape and race are inextricably linked in South Africa, writes Helen Moffett.
The fight for nonracialism and equality is generational work, said the activist in the wake of a spate of racist incidents recently.
We need to interrogate the intersecting race-class pendulum more to be able to see some very interesting omissions in our often very heated discourses
Judge Mabel Jansen caused outrage on social media after her Facebook remarks saying that rape was part of black people's culture went viral this week.
Comments made by high court judge Mabel Jansen caused a storm on social media this week after she said rape was part of black South Africans' culture.
Pretoria high court Judge Mabel Jansen caused a storm on social media after racist comments she made about black people and rape came to light.
Rebecca Davis finds it hard to laugh about the obscenity of the R140k raised by indignant sentinels of whiteness for a bullied waitress.
During a heated exchange in Parliament on Tuesday, EFF MP Nazier Paulsen referred to DA MP Yusuf Cassim as a “Zionist sell-out kaffir”.
Readers write in about racism and poverty, and Samwu.
Ever on guard about being seen as racist, you can’t count on white folks to roll with the punchline.
Two decades since 1994, we’re still stuck in the racial categories of the old regime - a colour-coding of class from which only the rich benefit.
The writer believes that religious discourse holds value, and is how we can "find one another again, in a deeper and more meaningful way".
Human Rights Day, called Sharpeville Day by some, was marked by politicians' speaking on the subject across the country.
The splintering of black people along political and class lines means they don’t speak with one voice, writes Ebrahim Harvey.
South Africa has been engulfed in a cacophony of contestation as anger bubbles to the surface of our unequal society.
Simianisation is a brutal strategy which has historically manifested a lethal combination of sexism and racism.
White people must face up to their prejudice, then stop themselves from sliding into paralysing guilt, writes Judy Connors.
Instead of bitching about the problems, be part of the solution, says the ex-ambassador to Bapetikosweti, Evita Bezuidenhout.
Readers write in about the State of the Nation Address, racism, and the value of history.