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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, is one long, boring movie. The long part is not their fault; the movie actually runs...
    This wasn't in the Jobs description
    This wasn't in the Jobs description
    MOVIE REVIEW: NOT THE BIOPIC OF THE WEEK 
    Movie of the week: The all-consuming rage in 'Prisoners'
    Movie of the week: The all-consuming rage in 'Prisoners'
    He looms large and bearded. He teaches his son to hunt, loves his daughter and takes care of his wife; this, as you can see from their surroundings, while living a working-class existence, especially when compared with their neighbours and friends, Franklin and Nancy Birch (Terrence...
    English Teacher, please stay behind after class
    English Teacher, please stay behind after class
    NOT QUITE THE MOVIE OF THE WEEK? Joonji Mdyogolo 
    Move on, nothing to see here
    Move on, nothing to see here
    NOT THE MOVIE OF THE WEEK by Joonji Mdyogolo 
    POV photography project puts women in the frame
    POV photography project puts women in the frame
    It has become one of art’s ironies that behind a great picture of a woman is a man. Even beyond fashion and beauty images, the art world is...
    Mauritius: The island of dreams
    Mauritius: The island of dreams
    When I step off the plane into the humid evening air on my first night in Mauritius, I’m holding down my big straw holiday hat and a Cheshire...
    Death: An inconvenient truth
    Death: An inconvenient truth
    Since the death of my father, a year ago in January, I have been plagued by the need to believe in the afterlife. I talk to him when I am at his...
    Django: Racist, or just sexist?
    Django: Racist, or just sexist?
    About six months before the release of Django Unchained, the actress Kerry Washington and her producer went to New Orleans to present...
    Post-feminism gets legs
    Post-feminism gets legs
    At some stage in primary school, I glanced down at my legs in my black pleated tunic, looked at those of my female classmates and decided that it...
    Beyonce's perfection has limits
    Beyonce's perfection has limits
    Just when we thought we had made peace with our lot as women – coming to terms with the fact that we cannot do it all – along comes...
    My mother, Jacob Zuma and me
    My mother, Jacob Zuma and me
    "He collects women like they are Zim dollars!"