Charles Leonard is the news editor of the Mail & Guardian newspaper.
From a teenage obsession with music to an adult worship, Charles Leonard finds his church.
A Springsteen show is part revivalist church service, part leftist political rally. But above all, it is a sweat-drenched rock 'n roll spectacle.
Britain's most successful fashion designer last week opened a major exhibition in London's Design Museum – just don't call it a retrospective.
Even a hugely popular right-wing rock star sometimes needs an agony uncle - especially when his "army" fails to live up to his expectations.
Serendipitous encounters and their wide-ranging eclectic musical tastes make the John Wizards's success read like a modern-day fairytale.
"It is a slight understatement to say I am not the biggest royal-baby watcher ... as a democrat, I see no use for the farcical royalty."
Fifty years after the Liliesleaf raid, struggle veteran Sir Bob Hepple is catching up with the past.
When an English journalist’s mother dies, she unearths some extraordinarily painful secrets that have been buried for years, writes Charles Leonard.
My brother and I grew up in an Afrikaans home, fighting about politics, but he can still surprise me, writes Charles Leonard.
Melanie married into the family, but found that the name has been as much a source of strength as a burden.