Race Relations

Confronting deep wounds with radical reconciliation

Treat wounds to heal nation’s past 20 years into democracy, it is becoming more urgent that we understand and come

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Selection of Friday reading

I want to start out by thanking everyone for the great feedback I have received on the latest issue of

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How to respond to Annelie Botes?

KATE LEFKO-EVERETT Last week, award-winning South African author Annelie Botes revealed in an interview with the Rapport that she dislikes and

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Merkel and multiculturalism

KATE LEFKO-EVERETT A few weeks ago, Chancellor Angela Merkel sparked international debate when, in a speech to young Christian Democrats,

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Revisiting Apartheid Race Categories: A Colloquium

This week I am really looking forward to participating in a colloquium in Johannesburg on Revisiting Apartheid Race Categories, co-hosted

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Kevin Bloom on Integration in SA

Kate Lefko-Everett This morning I came across a new article by Kevin Bloom in Global Brief magazine – self described

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South Africa: “rainbow miracle” or “mired in decay”?

KATE LEFKO-EVERETT Several months ago, journalist Diana Geddes of The Economist visited the IJR and interviewed several members of staff,

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“I, Julius Malema, apologise…”

Once again, this week controversial ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has dominated conversation at water coolers, corner cafés, taxi

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The Murder of Eugene Terreblanche and the State of South African Race Relations

GABRIELLA SACRAMONE-LUTZ This article was published in the Huffington Post on 6 April 2010. I sat, earlier this week, in

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Ripples of the Eugene Terre’Blanche killing

KATE LEFKO-EVERETT Last Saturday, news broke that Eugene Terre’blanche, leader of the far right-wing Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB), was killed on

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