Opinion

Aaisha’s Ramadaan diaries, Day 10: On sincerity

Day 10: SincerityThe thing about things is that sometimes, people don’t like things until it becomes a thing.Too much of the time we go...

Working on Fire clarifies its earnings on the SA firefighters in...

Working on Fire, the company that deployed the now-returned South African firefighters to Canada, has issued a statement clarifying the discrepancies in the earnings of...

Aaisha’s Ramadaan diaries, Day 9: On showing your “jaat”

Day 9: Don’t show your jaatFasting has had me on a short fuse the past couple of days. I don't know why, but for...

Aaisha’s Ramadaan diaries, day 8: The Ramadaan scarf

Day 8: The Ramadaan ScarfOne of my favourite things about this month is that I get to see a lot more of my friends...

Aaisha’s Ramadaan diaries, Day 7: on bigotry

Day 7The Quranic verse 17:37, وَلَا تَمْشِ فِي الْأَرْضِ مَرَحًا ۖ إِنَّكَ لَن تَخْرِقَ الْأَرْضَ وَلَن تَبْلُغَ الْجِبَالَ طُولًا roughly translates to, "Do not walk proudly...

Aaisha’s Ramadaan diaries, Day 6: On the joys of ice-cream

Day 6: ice creamI don't know what it was that possessed me to queue for artisanal ice-cream on a night with temperatures close to...

So these people made R433 440 PER DAY off the SA...

For our latest report on updated figures of the earnings of Kishugu Holdings click here.For Working on Fire's own statement click here.So, a private...

#Ramadaan2016 with Aaisha Dadi Patel: Day 2

Day 2.I sound so old typing this, but when I was an undergrad I could pull off all-nighters effortlessly. High on the adrenaline of...

I remember waiting. Waiting for Muhammad Ali

KHADIJA PATEL reflects on that time she looked out of the windows of her mother’s car, searching for Muhammad Ali.My mother believes that much...

My body, my flaws. Who are you to judge?

The recent furore around Lerato Kganyago, True Love magazine and Photoshop reminded LIZEKA MADUNA of the days when she was mocked for her weight,...

(Dis)trust damages campuses

Student protests across campuses nationwide signal that the trust between students and management/staff is fractured. This mistrust arguably goes beyond single issues such as fees...

In the fight against HIV, voices of the youth have power

Knowing that AIDS is the biggest killer of adolescents Sub-Saharan Africa, it's frightening to think of a world where young people are not encouraged...

Anant Singh responds to Sarah Dawson’s open letter and resignation

The Durban international Film Festival (DIFF) has been thrown into controversy over allegations of censorship and the resignation of its manager and programmers. The...

Justice remains elusive for central India’s tribal populations

On a visit to Jagdalpur in India, DILNAZ BOGA discovered how differently the laws in this conflict region are applied to tribal people.My visit...

Manager of the Durban International Film Festival resigns amid controversy

SARAH DAWSON, the manager of the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) has resigned over the interference of the University of Kwazulu Natal (UKZN) in...

Working through Islamophobia in corporate Cape Town

JESS MOUNEIMNE says she's had to hide her Muslim identity to prospective clients in an attempt to win business - and her experience hasn't garnered the same...

Dismantling rape culture on campuses has become a divisive issue for...

Over the last year, South Africa witnessed a rebirth of student activism on university campuses across the country with the #FeesMustFall campaign, which called...

Ghaleb Cachalia’s family are warning parties against using their history to...

Dr Ismail Mohammed Cachalia, a former ANC MP, and a senior member of the Cachalia family, has released a statement to The Daily Vox clarifying the...

Statement from concerned academic staff of Rhodes University

Concerned academics at Rhodes University published a statement about the events at the university since April 17th 2016. April 21st 2016We wish to express our...

The hands of “decent” men who make excuses for rapists are...

The release of #RUReferenceList has forced scrutiny on the policies and systems available to survivors of sexual violence at South African universities. HELEN MOFFETT reflects...
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