colonialism

 
Zille launches court battle against public protector
Zille launches court battle against public protector
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has launched her court bid to take public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s report on judicial review and, in doing...
DA caucus throws out public protector report on Zille
DA caucus throws out public protector report on Zille
The Democratic Alliance (DA) in the Western Cape legislature has thrown out Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s report on Premier Helen...
The case against Mkhwebane
The case against Mkhwebane
The Democratic Alliance (DA) will on Wednesday morning present its case before Parliament’s justice portfolio committee as to why public...
Mkhwebane: Zille must be held to account for colonialism tweet
Mkhwebane: Zille must be held to account for colonialism tweet
Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has found that Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has violated the Constitution and “divided society on racial...
Stolenwealth Games – First nations protests show divisions endure
Stolenwealth Games – First nations protests show divisions endure
Many Australians see the Commonwealth Games as a sporting celebration, but for some indigenous activists they symbolise invasion, dispossession and...
Ancient water could solve modern crisis in Cape Town
Ancient water could solve modern crisis in Cape Town
A leper who once lived on Table Mountain was tasked by colonial settlers with keeping open the sluices, built by the Dutch East India Company in...
[Video]Pimples: Zille's Rampage
[Video]Pimples: Zille's Rampage
WC Premier Helen Zille: The mistress of tweeting and the wielder of the great 'Brought to you by colonialism'. Sip of your own water Zille?
DA threatens to charge Zille over water colonialism tweets
DA threatens to charge Zille over water colonialism tweets
The Democratic Alliance’s Federal Executive has written a letter to Western Cape Premier Helen Zille warning her to stop tweeting about colonialism...
Institutional racism is still alive and kicking in the workplace
Institutional racism is still alive and kicking in the workplace
Institutional racism is deeply ingrained in the corporate culture of many South African organisations. Its undermining of the wellbeing of black...
A name change would be pointless if Rhodes still coddles white supremacy
A name change would be pointless if Rhodes still coddles white supremacy
On 6 December 2017 Rhodes University Council issued a rather strange statement on why the university’s name will not change. It reads like a case...

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