No. No. No. No. No. Are you kidding me?!?!? Please tell me that you meant this blog as a joke and not as an actual argument?! Your reason for black people being more unemployed than white people in this country is […]See more
Oops. The previous comment under “Xolile Mdubeni” was me accidentally posting under a friend’s Facebook. To avoid confusion, let me just reiterate what I said :
I read your LinkedIn post and […]See more
He Ruusa! Thank you for your insightful comment.
I agree with most of what you are saying, but I still feel that a platform such as Stellies Rage is a “necessary evil”, as you put it. Platforms such as the FVZS […]See more
Hey Zuko! Nice to see you writing something on here, it’s been a while!
On equally respectful terms, I stick to my analysis. I in turn submit that your critique of my analysis is too emotional to be logical and […]See more
Hey guys, thank you for taking the time to read the blog post and comment on it!
Daniël, I had no idea that the moderators were so obviously biased in selecting what to post and not to post. You are right that […]See more
Preach! I especially like the part about opinions not being immune to scrutiny. “In my opinion. . ” is fast becoming the new “I don’t mean to offend but. . .” : phrases that are used to introduce irrational, […]See more
Haha I love how out of everything that was said, you could only come up with that weak – if I may- rebuttal. It says a lot about your entire argument. Everything that needs to be said on this topic has been said […]See more
I disagree. The majority of Universities in SA show that multiculturalism works, it’s the more conservative and slightly obscure Universities such as ours and perhaps Pukkies that have not caught up with the […]See more
Albert, your problem is you cannot separate Afrikaans culture from the PUBLIC INSTITUTION that is STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY. “Bush school” as you so aptly called it cannot be compared to the traditions that take […]See more
Hey Albert! Thank you for the feedback. As a traditional person myself, I understand the desire to keep one’s culture alive. The problem comes when a certain culture is enforced in a multicultural public […]See more