Eusebius McKaiser

 
Water dept under fire as Gift of the Givers withdraws from drought-hit Makhanda
Water dept under fire as Gift of the Givers withdraws from drought-hit Makhanda
After providing assistance of R15-million over four months to drought-stricken Makana municipality in the Eastern Cape, Dr Imtiaz Sooliman of...
A tale of two countries in uncertain days
A tale of two countries in uncertain days
For political junkies and the purveyors of political risk analysis, these are the happiest of days. Rarely has there been so much political...
Matshela Koko: ‘I am a victim’
Matshela Koko: ‘I am a victim’
Former Eskom chief executive Matshela Koko took to radio on Monday to once again deny allegations he used his position to aid the controversial...
AfriForum’s flag argument doesn’t fly
AfriForum’s flag argument doesn’t fly
I am generally not in favour of banning stuff. Bans run against my liberal intuitions and we should ideally have more freedom rather than less....
Letters to the editor: January 11 to 17
Letters to the editor: January 11 to 17
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Don’t censor the red berets, describe them
Don’t censor the red berets, describe them
There has been a suggestion that the best way to respond to the politics of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is either not to cover them in the...
Letters to the Editor: November 23 to 29
Letters to the Editor: November 23 to 29
Eusebius McKaiser claims to believe that we should not vote for the ANC or the Democratic Alliance, which is fair enough, or the Economic Freedom...
Unembargoed: November 16 to 22
Unembargoed: November 16 to 22
Threats of litigation, the lure of big money and conflicts of interest have upset the project
No cinematic escape from Cape Flats life
No cinematic escape from Cape Flats life
Mrs Pakkies first heard the word “rape” on the radio, when she was 26 years old, even though she had been raped since she was a four-year-old...
Use a novel way to understand the other
Use a novel way to understand the other
One of the many reasons I love fiction is it forces us to see the world from the perspective of others who are different from ourselves.
Self-loathing and self-repression lead to the suppression of the “other”
Self-loathing and self-repression lead to the suppression of the “other”
After I came out to a Ugandan friend, who is Catholic, he said that the kinds of societal changes I sought would “take decades, perhaps lifetimes”. I was stunned by the glacial pace at which truth seeps through institutions mollycoddled by privilege to treat mental health science and...
Class exists but can we say the same of race?
Class exists but can we say the same of race?
Is South African society made up of races or classes? Or, if it is both, which of the two is more fundamental?

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