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Prejudice thrives when knowledge systems are biased

Notions of superior Western and scientific understanding need to be challenged

Institutional racism is still alive and kicking in the workplace

Colonialism and apartheid were all-encompassing systems, involving institutions, professions and the public and private sectors.

Trump: I’m not a racist

Senator David Purdue, a Republican from Georgia, called charges that Trump is racist "ridiculous".

UCT, Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng and accusations of fake qualifications

Just nine months into her appointment, two UCT alumni sent a string of emails alleging her qualifications are fake

Charlottesville is America everywhere

US white supremacists and Neo-Nazis are no longer afraid of showing their faces because they face no repercussions.

Education MEC and St John’s community seek expulsion of racist teacher

The school has set up a communications team to deal with media interest, including working with Flow Communications, “a reputation management firm”.

100 years ago African-Americans marched on 5th Avenue to declare black lives matter

The demands of black people in 2017 remain the same as one of the signs raised to the sky on that July afternoon in 1917: “Give me a chance to live.”

Unfair practices against black and female lawyers are ‘plain for everybody to see’

"We have a longstanding problem within the legal profession where black people are not getting a fair share of the work available out there."

The connection between Grenfell and Finsbury Park

Both the Grenfell fire and the Finsbury Park attack are the result of the UK government's vilification of the 'other'.

Pietermaritzburg Girls High: Codes of conduct won’t fix entrenched racism

Being told to “get over it” negates what we constantly have to say about race: just because we're equal on paper does not mean we are equal in reality

When an Afro-feminist festival defies white supremacy

Black women must be allowed to come together without being forced to justify their actions to people who do not face similar oppressions

Provocateur vs racist: The bigotry double standard

In today's world people who are white, male, and right-wing can easily get away with racism and bigotry

No low-cost housing for Sea Point

The province is replenishing its coffers by selling prime land privately instead of giving it to the poor.

​Your token black guide to white festivals

Recalling the one time she attended the Rocking the Daisies festival, musician Msaki shares 10 essential tips for surviving white live music festivals

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