How Whites Deal With Zuma

By Zama Khumalo The state sometimes is referred to as a  “contested terrain”. Let me quote the ANC’s Joel Netshitenzhe on this as he said it in ‘The Principles of Relations’ published with City Press last month, that the state “is a non-partisan instrument of society as a whole” and therefore it is “a multi-class …

Friday Letters: How low income black working class households are vulnerable to metabolic syndrome

By Maboni Malose Mmatli Death comes for us all. But it visits and threatens black life more, black working class in particular, than any other race or class. This class lives in isolation from civilisation. We live in remote areas away from dignified services and resources. This is not coincidental but was orchestrated (successfully so) …

Friday Letters: My Argument on Education

By Lihle Nyanda Hotep To me education begins with decolonization, decolonization start from within therefore there is no decolonization which can be brought through institution. Know Thyself is more powerful than education. When you send a child to school that child no longer belongs to you but to the system, so here are my suggestions. …

Friday Letters: Youths Will Suffer Without Mngxism in Neo-Colonial Post-1994 South Africa

Black First Land First National Convenor, Andile Mngxitama. Photo: Madelene Cronje/M&G By Zama Khumalo We have failed as young black people to look at Mngxism as currently the only existing tool of setting free young South Africans from colonial bondage. The father of Mngxism himself, Andile Mngxitama, is willingly opening his arms and inviting every …

Friday Letters: Black Agenda

By Mohammed Kharva Great piece on education from chapter 12 of black agenda but when will we put it into action? We can’t wait to take over government to implement this. In your piece on housing and townships would like to correct you in that we never have or should not need child care centers …

Press Release: FJT Disgusted by eNCA doek scandal

Forum of Journalists for Transformation (FJT) statement on eNCA’s doek scandal 02/06/2016 The FJT expresses its disgust at the distasteful decision by eNCA news editors to recall a story due to a black female reporter wearing a “doek”. The latest actions by eNCA are merely confirmation of the South African media industry’s hostile approach and …

Dear Editor

It is pleasing to breathe some fresh air for a change which change was long overdue. Thank you a lot for this change. I must say that this is what the masses of our people need to know. I just wonder how this could be disseminated to them in their own languages particularly those that …

White Capital

I have read two of your articles and I see the story of white capital playing itself out in my personal life. I dont know what to day as it stands I am about to loose everything since I was involved in a franchise owned by a wealthy white family for 15 years. I made …

On the Ntokozo Qwabe saga

There is something in the human spirit called conscience and it is a very big problem to its owner when it is not clean! Read the statement below: “WE WILL GIVE TIP WHEN YOU RETURN THE LAND.” Is there anything vile, violent or vulgar about the above statement? What really prompted the white girl to cry? If, for …

Thumbs up Black Opinion

Wow! What a story to tell. I applaud you Black Opinion with such crucial information. Further more l also want to eco my cautions to ANC, SACP,SANCO and Tri- Partite Alliance time to work up and run politics from offices is over, you’ll wake up sleeping on the floor while some “clever animals from animal …