By Nigel Branken Social commentator, Nigel Branken, compiles real data that disproves the mythology around white genocide and farm attacks in South Africa 1. Farm murders are extremely rare in South Africa. In 2019 there were 21,022 murders in South Africa… of these only 57 were farm murders (less than 0.3% of murders in SARead More
Adam Habib is not me. Sipho Singiswa questions Adam Habib’s appointment as Director of SOAS by University of London.
By Sipho Singiswa As an indigenous Black South African I write to express my dismay and disgust at the recent appointment of outgoing WITS Vice Chancellor, Adam Habib, as Director of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) by the University of London. Board Member Marie Staunton, the Chair of the SOAS Board of TrusteesRead More
An Open Letter to the German Association of American Studies, also known as Deutsche Gesellschaft für Amerikastudien Date: 7th June 2020 Re: Your recently posted statement on racism I shall forego the expected formalities in my open letter to you; these are generally reserved as a means of courtesy to the person or persons whomRead More
EX-ROBBEN ISLAND EMPOWERMENT FORUM (ERIEF) PRESS STATEMENT (May 05, 2020) The Impact of Neglect and COVID-19 0n Robben Island Ex-Political Prisoners.Read More
Gillian Schutte writes about shining the light on whiteness and white privilege. As a white person privy to a gamut of white attitudes, it is of great interest to me to explore how these divisive perspectives of white privilege proliferate in a way that contributes to an alienating of those who are not white. AsRead More
I think it was 20th Century Catholic Archbishop who said when I feed the poor they call me a saint, but when I ask why the poor are hungry, they call me a communist. Hold that thought AmaCDE’s song, Umhlaba Uzobuya, has caused widespread controversy, sparking a national dialogue on the notion of what someRead More