Breaking down Black culture: “My English accent”

Omphitlhetse Mooki Morning Editor of The Star (left), Lesego Magkatho, MOJO Editor, Botho Molosankwe Journalist of The Star (right)

When eNCA’s Andrew Barnes corrected Basic Education minister Angie Motshekga for her mispronunciation of the word epitome, he also added that someone should teach her how to pronounce the word properly. Why do people care so much about how people speak? Does Mr Barnes know how to pronounce words in the minister’s mother tongue? Within the black […]

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The Privilege Walk. Where do you stand?

Where do you stand?

It all starts with where you come from, how you fit in and where in South Africa you stand as a person. This has alot to do with the privilege bestowed upon you. We had asked a group of people in South Africa about their “privilege” and this was their response. Take a look, and […]

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Everyone referred to me as the ‘coloured girl’

Lauren Daniels tell us how it feels to be referred to as 'the coloured girl'.

When I met Nick, my future husband, the only thing that mattered to me was what we felt. I didn’t consider race or culture until a time came when I was inevitably faced with it. I come from a Coloured Christian home. He comes from an Indian Hindu home. I visited Durban before  – and every time I […]

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