xenophobia

 
Populist politicians’ power-plays
Populist politicians’ power-plays
Despite a hard line on immigrants by leaders of both the ANC and the Democratic Alliance (DA) in the run-up to the May 8 elections, the two parties...
Resolute in the face of xenophobia
Resolute in the face of xenophobia
Wrightwell Saka, one of the leaders of the Malawian community at Burnwood informal settlement in Sydenham, Durban, was among the first to be forced...
Editorial: The marginalised are still muzzled
Editorial: The marginalised are still muzzled
We squeeze South Africa’s problems into silos: towns, villages, townships and entire communities that are out of sight of those with money and...
Halt the capitalist crisis gripping the world
Halt the capitalist crisis gripping the world
Capital has always aspired to a global reach. 
Mashaba, SAHRC reach settlement on Ebola tweets
Mashaba, SAHRC reach settlement on Ebola tweets
City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba has reached a settlement with the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) regarding a tweet he...
The fear of the feminine is futile
The fear of the feminine is futile
I was in grade six. My teacher softly suggested to my grandmother that I must be sent to a boy’s high school, to “man me up” because I played...
Editorial: It’s inequality that breeds violence
Editorial: It’s inequality that breeds violence
For the past two weeks, first slowly and then in a deluge, there have been social media messages warning about a proliferation of “fake food”....
Ramaphosa: 'Like it or not, Nigeria and South Africa are joined at the hip'
Ramaphosa: 'Like it or not, Nigeria and South Africa are joined at the hip'
Abuja —It is no secret that Africa’s two superpowers do not get along.
Can South Africa celebrate Africa Month?
Can South Africa celebrate Africa Month?
The xenophobic violence and the bloodshed of May 2008 remains a scar which should be carried with shame by every South African and our government....
We need our foreign doctors
We need our foreign doctors
Even after more than two decades, Dr Akin Ogunronbi still recalls his first day of training at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town because it was...
​High fences and unworthy foreigners: Anti-poor immigration plans and rhetoric in SA
​High fences and unworthy foreigners: Anti-poor immigration plans and rhetoric in SA
South Africa is one of the most unequal countries in the world, with extreme poverty and hardships experienced by millions of its primarily black citizens....

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