The current debate on whiteness has let the elephant out of the room, says Charles Villet.
Apologising for the past or paying a tax merely demobilises claims for reparation from blacks, says Andile Mngxitama.
The nature of the response to Samantha Vice is noteworthy, and worth trying to understand, writes Lucy Allais.
The explosion of white outrage on white people and how they should "cultivate humility and silence" tells its own story, says Crispin Hemson.
The gist of Samantha Vice's plea is that history places a moral burden on whites, writes Mvuselelo Ngcoya.
Mail & Guardian readers weigh into the whiteness debate, Mogoeng Mogoeng, the ANC and more.
The recent discussions of white privilege have drawn the ire of many white South Africans, says Sally Matthews
The debate about whiteness that was sparked by Eusebius McKaiser's article has been characterised by linguistic and physical violence.
Outrage met Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's recent remark that it would be appropriate to tax white South Africans, writes Samantha Vice.
White people must find an ethical way to live with the shame of a racist past they still benefit from, writes Eusebius McKaiser.