The worst crime of a new ad "celebrating" the martyrs of 1976 is the message does not accord with the realities of young black South Africans.
What a very white book launch in a very black neighborhood in downtown Johannesburg reveals.
Many middle-class black South Africans hold poor and working-class blacks in disregard if not disdain, and believe poor blacks hold themselves back.
A common thread that runs through many bad commercials, is that the people who thought them up were incredibly lazy and uncreative.
Cancel Jeremy Clarkson, cancel Top Gear and cancel British jingoism.
Being Black in South Africa today must be a baffling, sometimes humiliating experience.
Bloomberg Africa evokes Ronald Reagan's "welfare queen" stereotype for poor South Africans.
South Africa’s official opposition the Democratic Alliance (DA) wasn’t the only one left exposed and scrambling
Let me be clear, because some responses suggest I was not in my recent column for
South African president Jacob Zuma’s visit to Malawi in August appears to have renewed his appreciation
Last Friday, South Africa’s leading liberal newspaper, the Mail & Guardian, ran an article about the racist abuse
Imagine our feigned surprise at AIAC when blackface reared its head again, this time in a