Operation Fiela’s Children

  Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon considers a tale of two cities during, 2015,  Johannesburg’s year of hostility and hospitality when foreign nationals from Africa bore the brunt of xenophobic attacks from South African and their state As the rhetoric of the “refugee crisis” was raising global alarm, 2015 was a year in which South Africa’s attitude towards [...]

Black Humanity in an Anti-Black Society

It is quite distressing that moving from a black radical position to an anti-black self-hating sell-out has become normal in the ‘post-apartheid’ apartheid society. Once champion of workers’ rights, Cyril Ramaphosa is implicated in their killing at Marikana. One time proponent of Black Consciousness, Mamphela Ramphele quickly became the head of the World Bank. Steve [...]

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