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It has no place

Covid-19 exposes the continued inability of white South Africa to critically reflect on their positionality or engage in meaningful, self-reflective, and constructive debate

#CulturePop: This our year of users and abusers

False prophets and profiting off the pain of others are among the things trending, observes Kuntha Ndimande.

Racist rants expose Mngxitama

The former EFF MP is guilty of a crude reductionism that contributes nothing to a nonracial society

Entertainment News: ‘Let bygones be bygones’ says Gareth Cliff

From the Screen Actors Guild Awards winners to South Africa's newest singing TV show, we round up the news that had us talking this week.

Will hate speech finally be definitively defined?

Jon Qwelane is challenging the constitutionality of provisions of the Equity Act and hopefully the outcome will clarify what constitutes hate speech.

Mpofu defends Cliff: Paradox or hypocrisy?

How can a black lawyer who chairs an anti-racist party defend Gareth Cliff’s right to be a racist, asks Andile Mngxitama.

Dear Gareth Cliff, freedom of speech has limitations

Some utterances are banned by law and cannot be defended by claiming it is an individual's right.

Gareth Cliff: How the internet thrilled the radio star

Some think the former 5FM DJ's switch from FM radio to online radio was a big mistake. But Alistair Fairweather begs to differ.

Life in the fast lane: SA’s celebrity speedsters

When celebrities and politicians find themselves on the wrong side of the law their excuses are often as colourful as their personalities.

Freedom is not for the sensitive

In an ideal world, we would have thought monitors to curb the spread of foot-in-mouth disease.

Gareth Cliff to Julius Malema: A case for the thought police?

Never mind shoot the boer, <b>Verashni Pillay</b> thinks we should ban shooting our mouths off.

Foul words, foul breath

Gareth Cliff has been reported to the BCCSA after making allegedly sexist remarks. He is far from the first South African DJ to put his foot in it.

Letters to the Editor: November 12 2010

Our readers share their opinions on Andile Mngxitama's column, the poultry cartel article, our coverage on Robert Gumede and more.

White supremacy rant against Gareth Cliff sullies rational political debate

Andile Mngxitama's accusation that Cliff is an 'effective agent of racism' is nonsensical.

The face of white supremacy

<b>Andile Mngxitama</b> says Gareth Cliff is the poster boy of post-1994 racism and the ANC is happy to burnish his image.

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