A recent radio programme demonstrated how people can recognise and learn from the past, yet remain blind to the much more pressing present. Under discussion was the new name for the Port Elizabeth Airport and its significance for South Africa in 2021. An historian from the University of Cape Town explained who the renamed Chief...
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“The only way I have been able to continue with my studies is literally by begging from people.” These are the words of Tshepiso* a final-year LLB student at the University of Free State.  Tshepiso owes the university R68 000 and until she pays it, she cannot finish her degree.  When the Mail & Guardian spoke...
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The section 59 independent investigation into complaints by black medical practitioners investigated for submitting improper claims to medical-aid schemes has found that they suffered systematic racial discrimination from three major players in the field, reflecting the persistent schisms of the country’s political past. “Our constitution regards the form of unfairness that we have found to...
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When Kim Dine took over as the new chief of the U.S. Capitol Police in 2012, he knew he had a serious problem. Since 2001, hundreds of Black officers had sued the department for racial discrimination. They alleged that white officers called Black colleagues slurs like the N-word and that one officer found a hangman’s...
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Like any other continent, Africa is a complex and fragmented place. Africans are just as capable of otherisation as people from any part of the world, and just as capable of resorting to dramatic violence in its service.  Pan-Africanism should be an ideological safeguard against this structural violence, but today’s Pan-Africanism as praxis is an...
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Get ready to spend some bitcoin – and not just because of the great Black Friday deals.  This year, shoppers can spend or earn bitcoin on discounted deals from all over the world: the Bitcoin Black Friday event is back with over 300 merchants and nonprofits, more than 330 deals, and a chance to win...
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