The ANC has let the most reactionary sectors of white society off the hook while chasing away those progressive and antiracist whites.
The legacy of racialism requires much more than simply a commitment to a nonracial society.
The class of class struggle is much more than just an objective measure of poverty or wealth, of inequality or economic power.
Black people who forget they are black suffer, writes Andile Mngxitama.
The subtext that black people are incompetent is widespread and racist and must be addressed, writes Nikiwe Bikitsha.
At 20 years, we should be able to have mature and honest discussions about race in South Africa and not hide behind the "get over it" movement.
Racism will exist as long as people are shackled to identities they never had a chance to define, writes Thorne Godinho.
The "we-ness" factor entrenched by student initiation at universities may clash with cultural identity.
The Economic Freedom Fighters are the only party truly set on redressing apartheid inequalities, and through that whites can finally find salvation.
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.
The Movement for Transformation in Media has called for an investigation into transformation at the Times Media Group, saying it is racially biased.
Tension between the different races will always be an issue if we don't address the economic challenges we face in our country, says Khaya Dlanga.
The acting director deputy director general of fisheries, Desmond Stevens, says his Facebook post was "in jest" and not meant to be racist.
Right-wing politician Gianluca Buonanno put on blackface makeup in Parliament in a tirade against supposedly unfair benefits to immigrants in Italy.
Undaunted by apartheid and Aids, she has made all the difference to those otherwise abandoned.
How is it possible that South Africa is a better place now than in 1994, asks a disgruntled South African expatriate.
Give me a blatant racist over a polite one, at least I know who I am dealing with, writes Khaya Dlanga.
Donning blackface for Halloween, such as actress Julianne Hough recently did, evokes racial prejudice, says African studies experts.
After two black Barneys shoppers were accused of credit card fraud, the rapper's fans are petitioning for him to cut ties with the New York store.