Our voices: Black people squeezed out of breath; Supporting youth during and beyond Covid-19
Black people squeezed out of breath
George Floyd’s murder is that event that has reminded global humanity of the sordidness of racism and its ugly twin, the security forces, writes Moferefere Lekorotsoana.
Another chance to drive change
Tawana Kupe argues that education without digital skills or digital access is the new bantu education today. A lack of access to digital skills now puts young people at risk of falling behind their peers. This deepens the divide between pupils and students who have access and those who don’t.
Don’t sabotage South Africa
It is one thing for an organisation of racist oafs to run around making wild statements about a country that no longer embraces their white supremacist ideology … However, it is quite another thing for a think-tank with a solid record of intellectual work and advocacy to become a country saboteur, writes Mondli Makhanya.
Supporting young people during and beyond Covid-19
The pandemic exacerbates the plight of young people in South Africa who already need a wide range of support services to deal with various challenges, write Ariane De Lannoy, Gibson Mudiriza, Charmaine Smith and Lauren Graham.
Chambers and the magic bullets
Lawson Naidoo says the Constitutional Court judgment means that the citizenry has to ensure that those we elect, be they from parties or individuals, are held accountable between elections.