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‘Don’t feel threatended by black pride’

OPINION BY Max du Preez White South Africans should not feel threatened by or even be uncomfortable with the surge of black consciousness and black pride. They – we, because I write this as a white South African male – should rather try to understand where it comes from and[…]

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The politics behind the Olympic spirit

OPINION BY Yousef Munayyer “Two disaffected black athletes from the United States put on a public display of petulance that sparked one of the most unpleasant controversies in Olympics history and turned the high drama of the games into theatre of the absurd.” That is how the Time Magazine chose[…]

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‘SAfricans need to stop their selective morality’

The recent murders of two teenage girls in Cape Town have sparked an emotionally charged debate around crime in South Africa and the ‘selective’ moral conscience of the public and the media. As South Africans continue to express their outrage at the brutality of these murders, a broader discussion is[…]

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