Haji Mohamed Dawjee
[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.
[MY TAKE] Cape Town’s anti-Zuma protest turns into a party
Haji Mohamed Dawjee attended the protest which drew thousands who packed the streets, and then the surrounding bars.
#OccupyTreasury: Parliament protest enthusiastic but empty
The citizens who did manage to make it on Friday saw it as an opportunity to make their voices heard.
[OPINION] Do not go ‘gentrification’ into that good night
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says gentrification becomes a disease when city governments collaborate with the private sector.
[EXPLAINER] Helen Zille: How to be a good Twitterzen
Haji Mohamed Dawjee pens a WikiHow entry for Helen Zille so that the premier can avoid finding herself at the centre of another social media storm.
[OPINION] Slandering feminism in Islam by way of Shariah law
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says the truth is that the Islam that you have come to know is not Islam at all.
[CASE STUDY] Why saying ‘I’m not a racist’ makes you more of a racist
Haji Mohamed Dawjee undertakes a case study of ‘I’m not a racist’ - a syndrome of the broader condition known as racism.
[OPINION] Siri is not safe from sexism & perpetuates patriarchy
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says even bots are slaves who peddle female subservience.
[OPINION] Esidimeni: South Africa, have you lost your mind?
Haji Mohamed Dawjee hits back at the continued stigmatisation of the mentally ill.