Trisha Ahmed, the daughter of slain atheist blogger and Bengali writer Avijit Roy is urging everyone to share his story in this letter that first appeared on Facebook, and was then republished at the International Humanist and Ethical Union.
When one studies law, the very first thing that one learns is that there are rules of natural justice. The first rule that is taught is "audi alteram partem" which is a Latin phrase that means "listen to the other side", or "let the other side be heard as well".
In the early hours of Saturday morning, I was assaulted and knocked out cold by fellow students following my intervention in a racially-charged incident at a fast-food outlet in Stellenbosch.
Mary de Haas' letter "Protect your DNA from cops" which appeared in The Times today (23/2/2015) refers.
Dear Lord in Heaven – does it take decades to determine that a school’s name is inappropriate?
Playing politics or poltricks? What happened to robust engagement.
If the government was doing a great job, things like this wouldn't even occur in parliament.
Julius Malema, our Conmander in Thief, you haven’t held back in expressing your disdain for me. So allow me to respond. Pull up a chair.
In reference to 'Sometimes I’m ashamed of being white,' says Mi Casa's J Something: iLIVE, I feel the same as J'Something.
I was shocked for a moment when I heard about the lootings in Kagiso, but then when I watched the news and heard it had spread to Soweto I started to wonder "What happened to resolve the xenophobic attacks the last time?
It is refreshing to have business come out and speak truth instead of remaining quiet and “PC”.
My husband and I are 71 year old white pensioners who loved and admired Simba Mhere.
It is unforgivable that children have to suffer the idiocy of adults who simply want to make money out of textbook purveying.