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Joonji Mdyogolo

Joonji Mdyogolo

    'Fifth Estate' leaves too many questions unanswered
    'Fifth Estate' leaves too many questions unanswered
    The Fifth Estate, about Julian Assange and Wikileaks, focuses too much on the character and not enough on the questions citizen journalism raises.
    This wasn't in the Jobs description
    This wasn't in the Jobs description
    Steve Jobs died two years ago this month. They should have waited a few more years before releasing Jobs.
    Movie of the week: The all-consuming rage in 'Prisoners'
    Movie of the week: The all-consuming rage in 'Prisoners'
    Hugh Jackman finally gets a movie to sink his claws into. In "Prisoners", he plays Keller Dover, the archetypal patriarch.
    English Teacher, please stay behind after class
    English Teacher, please stay behind after class
    This is the story of the little movie that could have done better. What The English Teacher gets right is the tone and style of the indie sleeper.
    Move on, nothing to see here
    Move on, nothing to see here
    Elysium is today's gross global inequality realised. By 2154, humanity is divided into the privileged and the masses on whose backs this is built.
    POV photography project puts women in the frame
    POV photography project puts women in the frame
    In an industry dominated by male-made images, an extraordinary international project offers very personal points of view of five female photographers.
    Mauritius: The island of dreams
    Mauritius: The island of dreams
    A childhood fantasy to see Mauritius finally turns into a holiday: to Joonji Mdyogolo’s delight, it looks just like the poster.
    Death: An inconvenient truth
    Death: An inconvenient truth
    In her quest for rational thought after her father's death, Joonji Mdyogolo finds solace in an unlikely source.
    Django: Racist, or just sexist?
    Django: Racist, or just sexist?
    Of the reams of writing and constant story updates done on Django Unchained, not much, if any, has been said about Kerry Washington's insipid role.
    Post-feminism gets legs
    Post-feminism gets legs
    Why is a woman's body image - from girlhood to adulthood - fraught with so many issues, asks Joonji Mdyogolo.
    Beyonce's perfection has limits
    Beyonce's perfection has limits
    As Sasha Fierce, both vixen and angel, Beyonce has nullified the Madonna-whore complex, writes Joonji Mdyogolo.