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China’s African headache

Racist and derogatory videos are causing incalculable damage to China’s image in Africa, but this is unlikely to change the relationship

Patriarchy, migration fuel Afrophobia

City streets are ‘washed’ to cleanse them of work competitors and for moral, cultural and social restoration

No African is a foreigner in Africa – except down in South Africa

In sorrow over the way migrants are treated in South Africa, Achille Mbembe calls for Africa to adopt a pro-migration stance

Mugabe is a zero, not a hero

"One just has to look at his legacy."

Xenophobia and party politics in South Africa

All political parties in SA try to mobilise voters based on their and voters' xenophobia and they're outdoing each other

We are not xenophobic, we are Afrophobic

South Africans need to be taught that our democracy is thanks to our neighbours

​I don’t need to bleed for you to see my humanity

There’s another reason why xenophobia festers as South Africa’s national disease.

Beware the fake empathy of liberals

"Do liberals care to chip away at inequality in the spaces they control?"

We need to do reconciliation differently

We don’t just need détente between black and white, but also between black and black.

No hiding from xenophobia issue at AU summit

Africa’s leaders gathering for the AU summit will discuss the problem of xenophobia to sensitise all countries on the continent about the problem.

Long-lasting solutions are needed to end Afrophobia scourge

The state frames and perpetrates self-hate among blacks through violence - as in Operation Fiela.

The state is perpetuating Afrophobia

Operation Fiela has such wide objectives one can't help but conclude that it is actually a ruse to criminalise Africans.

I fear for the future here in South Africa

The hatred is not only on the streets; it is in boardrooms and in the state - and it's planned.

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