The world we live in, especially the middle class South Africa, always feels a need to tell black people how they are to use their voices.
Our inter-subjective landscape is expelling myths of racial equality and harmony, as racism is tackled head on between us and gradually within us.
The idea of a post-apartheid, multi-racial, equal opportunity for all of SA was pivotal to the liberal ideology embedded in the DA's political messaging.
Withholding criticism allows the other to express what is really there. It becomes a supportive space for thoughts and emotions to arise and pass away.
'Race relations' in South Africa have been 'poorly led' and the Hate Crimes Bill won't fix this, says DA Leader Mmusi Maimane.
The views of the majority of South Africans are very different from the damaging vitriol to be found on social media...
'The Economy, Workplace, Public Institutions ARE Transformed', Says The SA Institute Of Race Relations
"Racial transformation should be benchmarked against the economically active and qualified population rather than the total population of black Africans."
Why is the departure of our cricketers for overseas destinations a worry when we are unearthing gems like Lungi Ngidi, Temba Bavuma and Kagiso Rabada?
How do we deal with problems highlighted by the woman in the bakkie incident, without resorting to public shaming that was deemed to barbaric for the 1700s?
Do you know what racism really is? No? Well, this post is just for you.