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Vitamin therapy is for drips

It may be marketed by influencers, but intravenous vitamin therapy is not necessary and probably not worth the hype, experts say

South Africa’s advertising industry has a long way to go

White-owned advertising agencies need to change, but fundamentally, projects aimed at black people need to be given to agencies that are black-owned or have at least demonstrated that they understand the market

Clicks-bait: EFF MP’s new parole probe

Kenny Motsamai, a parolee who is also an EFF MP, could be sent back to jail if correctional services finds he violated his parole conditions

Whites should stop poking the lion

Dismissing black people’s pain is dehumanising

What’s wrong with the TRESemmé advert?

Is ‘fine and flat’ a compliment or an insult? Depends who you ask...

McKaiser needs to challenge his inner racist too

COMMENT: Clicks - or some of its employees - demonstrated culpa, not dolus

Paddy Harper: Anti-racism is the mane thing

What we want: Ramaphosa to cough up a hairball, racists in hair shirts and consumer boycotts that don’t turn hairy

EFF on a collision course with dissident black women

The party’s response to journalists and those who speak against them reveal a consistent pattern of misogyny

Eusebius McKaiser: Arguments to challenge your inner racist

These three common responses to racism must be deconstructed until something ... clicks

The pencil test still colours the rainbow nation illusion

This latest racist hair fiasco is just one more thing that all the darkies in me are tired of defending and explaining

Slice of life: Of durags and a rapping boost

Durags were so rare to find that most people imported them. Those that did sell them had very limited variety and very questionable quality

Ye olde sex shoppe is thriving

Pornography and sex paraphernalia sell like hot cakes online, but physical shops are still doing a roaring trade in erotic accoutrements

Bye, brokers: Hello, service providers

Labour brokers were reined in by the Concourt, but they are already trying to exploit loopholes

Capetonians prepare for ‘Day Zero’

Bottled water flies off the shelves, demand for storage tanks outstrips supply and short hair is in

Strategic HR practices go a long way

How do companies manage across borders?

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