Haji Mohamed Dawjee
[OPINION] Reclaim the City needs to reclaim the cause
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says we forget that in some instances even protest is a privilege.
[OPINION] Black death in the dark: The bubonic plague surprise
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says we’ve forgotten that the actual bubonic plague is not just the stuff of medieval times and scary stories from the Bible.
[OPINION] Hashtag here, hasthtag there, sexual harassment everywhere
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says sexual harassment is the consequence and baggage of men. They must carry it. Not women.
[OPINION] Western Cape World War Water
Haji Mohamed Dawjee looks ahead to the potential disaster looming in the Western Cape.
[OPINION] Banyana Banyana: Let's back our girls
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says Banyana Banyana, unlike their male counterparts, do not disappoint.
[ANALYSIS] Zuma’s UN speech: The good, the bad & the stupid
Haji Mohamed Dawjee unpacks some of the statements made by world leaders at the UN, including President Zuma.
[OPINION] Things I wish the iPhone X could do
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says that for $1,000 she would expect some much more creative features from the iPhone.
[OPINION] The 'Kenny K' confessions
What would Kenny Kunene say to loyal fans and VIP members of the Kenny Kunene Kwa-Kwa club?
[OPINION] This is hajj, the rest of it is Saudi
Haji Mohamed Dawjee looks at the rules and contradictions of modern day hajj in a ‘modern day Saudi Arabia’.
[OPINION] The future is dark and full of terror
Haji Mohamed Dawjee says the potential to create an awesome job title far outweighs the potential to do said job, or make a comfortable living out of it.
[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.