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Kate Stegeman

Kate Stegeman

    A coup of cockroaches? Or a plague of wild rhetoric?
    A coup of cockroaches? Or a plague of wild rhetoric?
    We must see the evidence of how views held by some ANC top brass may have led to the death of people living and working in South Africa.
    Remembering Anene Booysen: The sound, the fury and the politicking
    Remembering Anene Booysen: The sound, the fury and the politicking
    Rather than a community-driven remembrance and address on gender violence, Anene Booysen's memorial degenerated into a political rally.
    Shopping and living
    Shopping and living
    Two for the Price of One lends the post-modern theme of a detached society a subtle and assessable air by setting it in a supermarket -- the epitome of our banal meaningless existence, writes Kate Stegeman.
    Travelling behind the red curtain
    Travelling behind the red curtain
    The double illusion of theatre and family secrets are revealed in Grahamstown stage hit The Travellers. Kate Stegeman attended its opening night in Johannesburg.