Haji Mohamed Dawjee
[OPINION] Amazing Grace: Let us all say a prayer for the first lady of Zimbabwe
There are thousands of first ladies who have stood on the front lines for a host of worthy causes but Grace Mugabe's disregard for the role is scary, says Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
[OPINION] South Africa, actions speak louder than words
Haji Mohamed Dawjee asks how victims of racism are supposed to deal with their experiences when they are subjected to more hateful words and acts when they do engage with the matter.
[PHOTOS] #ZumaVote: Will he stay or will he go?
While MPs used their allocated time in Parliament to have their say, the crowds outside waited anxiously for the result of the vote.
[OPINION] #EFFTURNS4: The party that brought politics to the… party
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says the EFF might be a small population in Parliament but the part they play has been hearty.
[OPINION] Why can’t we optimise our work days?
Haji Mohamed Dawjee ponders how often she feels happy, proud and satisfied with a day’s work.
[OPINION] Looking at life through a white frame
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says white people view their privilege as such a natural thing that it has become invisible to them.
[OPINION] Peripheral vision in the age of technology
Haji Mohamed Dawjee unpacks the constant need for her peripheral vision to pay attention to the devices around her.
[OPINION] What does empowerment of women look like in post-truth world?
Haji Mohamed Dawjee looks at the challenges of gender-transformative journalism in a post-truth world.
[MY TAKE] Global Media Forum 2017 a meeting of minds
Haji Mohamed Dawjee shares her experience of discussions on social media at this year's Global Media Forum in Germany.
[MY TAKE] Helen Zille’s apology in a playlist
Haji Mohamed Dawjee thinks about the multitude of songs Helen Zille herself could quote in response to her apology for colonialism comments.
[OPINION] National Conservative Party says the Future is White
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says when your only place of worship is a white past, fitting into a colourful present and future can be hard for some Afrikaners.
#GuptaLeaks: Imagining what went down in those Sun City emails
Haji Mohamed Dawjee visualises how the email exchange between the Guptas and Sun City may have played out.
[OPINION] Franschhoek Literary Festival: A meeting of mindsets
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says the Franschhoek Literary Festival is for old white South Africans who can afford to eat at the boutique hotels and consider themselves liberals.
[OPINION] Pop music, the bridge to racial segregation?
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says we could learn something from the youth of Cape Town who swapped their racial divides for a night of dancing at a Justin Bieber concert.
[OPINION] Is old age really all the rage?
The saying goes that age is just a number, or even old age must rage, but Haji Mohamed Dawjee wonders what it’s really like to be 100 years old.
[OPINION] A comment section of errors
Should websites be working to host better conversations or has the time come to cut the crap and kill destructive discourse, asks Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
[OPINION] Ayanda Mabulu, the sensation generation & irrelevance of shock art
Mabulu’s recent work has been described as both disrespectful and an embodiment of freedom of speech. But we need to consider the relevance of shock art when it has become so predictable, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
[MY TAKE] Razor wire, riot police and the 'red devils'
Haji Mohamed Dawjee shares her experience of the protest march to the Union Buildings.