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Shaazia Ebrahim

Shaazia Ebrahim

Shaazia Ebrahim is a writer for Daily Vox and she's into social justice and philosophy. When she isn’t reading, she enjoys yoga, tea and dismantling stereotypes about women who wear lipstick.
    An end in sight for KwaZulu-Natal learners’ long walk
    An end in sight for KwaZulu-Natal learners’ long walk
    Nomfundo Ngobese (25) was used to waking up at 4am to walk the 35km from her home in Nquthu, northern KwaZulu-Natal to school. Ngobese was like...
    C-Suites and Business 4.0 helps businesses prepare for 4IR
    C-Suites and Business 4.0 helps businesses prepare for 4IR
    "While the fear is that millions of jobs will disappear as a result of more automated and machine-intelligent processes, this is an opportunity to...
    SA’s remarkable women are fighting for social justice
    SA’s remarkable women are fighting for social justice
    Poor black women are disproportionately affected in the struggle to realise socioeconomic rights in South Africa.
    ​‘The current state of basic education should cause outrage’
    ​‘The current state of basic education should cause outrage’
    The state of the basic education system should have South Africans toyi-toying in the streets, demanding urgent intervention. Even 25 years since...
    ​Winners announced at the Accenture Rising Star Awards
    ​Winners announced at the Accenture Rising Star Awards
    Across industries, South Africa is brimming with young and talented employees, committed to creating a better South Africa in their commitment to...
    Get on the Hallyu Wave, K-pop is taking over the world
    Get on the Hallyu Wave, K-pop is taking over the world
    What if we tell you that Korean pop music has the ability to bring the world to its knees?
    Cops drop charges against #TheTotalShutDown GP
    Cops drop charges against #TheTotalShutDown GP
    In a media statement issued by the office of the National Commissioner of the South African Police Service, on Monday afternoon, National Commissioner spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo said the docket against the Total Shutdown organisers has been closed. “At no stage was the SAPS...
    What I learned about freedom at the Oslo Freedom Forum
    What I learned about freedom at the Oslo Freedom Forum
    The Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) is a platform for struggles that have been opaqued and ignored, a gathering for disruption in the name of freedom,...
    Tshepo 1 million: transforming the lives of the youth
    Tshepo 1 million: transforming the lives of the youth
    Thobile Mabena (27) was unemployed for seven years after matriculating in 2008, but she remained positive and continued looking for employment...
    Is Capitec Another Steinhoff? Not Quite.
    Is Capitec Another Steinhoff? Not Quite.
    The South African market was shaken on Tuesday when Viceroy Research released a damning report that claimed that Capitec bank “is a wolf in a sheep’s...
    ANC presidential hopefuls have used Khwezi as a political gimmick to curry favour
    ANC presidential hopefuls have used Khwezi as a political gimmick to curry favour
    It’s a sad day in South African politics when African National Congress presidential hopefuls resort to evoking the trial of Fezekile “Khwezi” Kuzwayo as a cheap ploy to try and win....
    South Africa’s #MeToo gap: No accountability for high-profile men
    South Africa’s #MeToo gap: No accountability for high-profile men
    The #MeToo movement began on our timelines - then became tangible as scores of high-profile American men are being ousted and fired for their trash...